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Matrox Graphics very quietly rolls-out another version of its Millennium P650 graphics card with dual D-Sub connectors. Earlier this year the company unveiled the same product but with DVI-I connectors, but due to an unknown reason decided to offer a version with typical outputs.

The Millennium P650 is equipped 64MB of memory and DualHead support. It costs roughly $170 depending on the region. There is also Millennium P750 graphics card that comes with 64MB of DDR SDRAM, but provides TripleHead support and is priced at about $240. Both products feature 128-bit memory bus and are typically slower than the original Parhelia 512 in 3D applications.

There is no information when the new Millennium P650 with dual D-sub connectors appears for sale, but Darkcrow web-site already has some pictures of the novelty here.


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