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European subsidiary of Creative Technology today released details concerning its new RADEON graphics cards, as an element of its partnership with ATI Technologies announced recently. As expected, the company does not replace GeForce FX product family with its new RADEON devices, but complements its graphics lineup with three new SKUs.

One of the most successful retailers of all time and also the inventor of Sound Blaster is now offering RADEON 9800 XT 256MB, RADEON 9600 256MB and RADEON 9200 SE 128MB graphics cards at different-price points. The graphics cards cost $575 (470 Euro), $150 (123 Euro) and $67 ($55) in that order.

Creative Labs today also published pictures of its RADEON graphics cards. The products are not exactly the same as reference cards from ATI with the exception of the 9800 XT. There is no information about the manufacturer of those devices.

Besides RADEON-series graphics cards, Creative Technology also offers a number of products powered by the latest GPUs from NVIDIA, including GeForce FX 5950 Ultra, GeForce FX 5900 128MB, GeForce FX 5600 XT, GeForce FX 5600 Ultra, GeForce FX 5600, GeForce FX 5200 Ultra as well as GeForce FX 5200 for PCI or AGP bus.

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