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Old August 14, 2009, 06:03 PM
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It used to be G86 and they re-released it as G98 under the same name.

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At the end of 2007, NVIDIA released a new Geforce 8400 GS based on the G98 (D8M) chip.[8] It is quite different from the G86 used for the "first" 8400 GS, as the G98 features VC-1 video decoding completely in hardware, lower power consumption, lowered 3D-performance and a smaller fabrication process. The G98 also features dual-link DVI support and PCI Express 2.0. G86 and G98 cards are both sold as "8400 GS", the difference can only be told from technical specifications.
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