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Club 3D has become the first graphics card vendor to tell Reg Hardware it has launched a board based on Nvidia's new GeForce 7300 GT chip. Hints that Nvidia would announce the part this week emerged just six days ago.

Club 3D's 7300 GT 256MB contains a GPU clocked to 350MHz and features 256MB of DDR 2 SDRAM clocked to 325MHz (650MHz effective) connected across a GeForce 7300 GT-standard 128-bit bus.

As expected, the GPU has eight pixel processing pipelines and supports SLI. The card has a dual-link DVI port, plus VGA and TV outputs. It can generate HD TV images at 720p and 1080i.

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Expect more Nvidia board partners to announce 7300 GT-based kit over the next few days. ®

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