VR-Zone got to know that G98 is positioned as a low end GPU and is meant to replace the current G86 (8400 GS) series. G98 supports PCIe 2.0, 64-bit memory bus and will have 256MB of 2.5ns GDDR2 memories. Memory clock is at 800MHz. Performance is expected to be in between G84 and G86 and is meant to compete against ATi RV620, which is 64-bit too.

VR-Zone got to know that G98 is positioned as a low end GPU and is meant to replace the current G86 (8400 GS) series. G98 supports PCIe 2.0, 64-bit memory bus and will have 256MB of 2.5ns GDDR2 memories. Memory clock is at 800MHz. Performance is expected to be in between G84 and G86 and is meant to compete against ATi RV620, which is 64-bit too.