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Dell has struck a deal with 3DLabs to make its Wildcat II 5110 graphics accelerator available for order with Dell Precision workstations.

Dell claims it is the first company to ship the Wildcat II 5110 on Intel P4 workstations.

Pricing for a Dell Precision 330 workstation with the Wildcat II 5110 begins at £2,260.

The graphics card is available to Dell customers in the US, Europe, Middle East and Africa. ®

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