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Nvidia GeForce 3 Titanium enters CompUSA database

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We may have been a mite hasty in questioning the veracity of claims that Nvidia is about to announce a series of GeForce 2 and 3 cards under the brand name Titanium.

A friendly mole within giant US electronics retail chain CompUSA tells us at least two of the rumoured parts: the GeForce 3 Ti 500 and the GeForce 2 Ti.

According to CompUSA's compendious product database, details for the two parts are as follows:

SKU: 286647
NAME: PNY Titanium GeForce 3 500
PART#: VCGF3TI5PB
PRICE: $399.99
COST: $323.78

SKU: 286648
NAME: PNY Titanium GeForce 2
PART#: VCGF2TIPB
PRICE: $199.99
COST:$152.25

And a closer look at Microsoft's Hardware Quality Labs' site shows that the part does indeed turn up using the site's search engine. Even though messing around with the page URL brings up pages for any GeForce product you care to invent, the search engine rings true, listing the GeForce 3 Ti 500, GeForce 3 Ti 200 and the GeForce 2 Ti 200.

Some reports we've heard put the release date early November, others in October, some as soon as mid-September. ®

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