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Walton Chaintech announced its newest GeForce 7 Series Graphics Cards,
SE73GS-G2, which utilize the nVIDIA® GeForce 7300GS graphics processing unit. Walton Chaintech’s SE73GS-G2 utilizes nVIDIA® GeForce 7300GS GPU and
128MB/256MB 64 bit DDR II SDRAM which can provide 550MHz engine clock, 810MHz
memory clock and 6.5GB/Sec memory bandwidth. SE73GS-G2 supports VGA out, DVI-I
and HDTV-out;fulfills all kinds output facilities to meet most users’ need. The MSRP of the CHAINTECH® SE73GS-G2 /128MB is $ 80 and $ 90 of 256MB.

Walton Chaintech Corporation, a world famous, professional Graphics Cards
manufacturer today announced its newest GeForce 7 Series Graphics Cards,
SE73GS-G2, which utilize the nVIDIA® GeForce 7300GS graphics processing unit.
Designed to adopt the main frame of G70, the 7300GS is worthy to be called as
G70 of mainstream graphics cards and deserves the name of hot property in
today’s market.

Walton Chaintech’s SE73GS-G2 utilizes nVIDIA® GeForce 7300GS GPU and
128MB/256MB 64 bit DDR II SDRAM which can provide 550MHz engine clock, 810MHz
memory clock and 6.5GB/Sec memory bandwidth. SE73GS-G2 supports VGA out, DVI-I
and HDTV-out;fulfills all kinds output facilities to meet most users’ need.

Except SLI technology and fewer pixels per clock rendering engine, the amazing
SE73GS-G2 rivals the G70 in features such as support Microsoft® DirectX® 9.0
Shader Model 3.0, OpenGL2.0, NVIDIA® Intellisample™ 4.0 technology and HDR (High
dynamic-range rendering) which can provide you a high-quality lifelike scene in
3D game as well.

The MSRP of the CHAINTECH® SE73GS-G2 /128MB is $ 80 and $ 90 of 256MB.

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