Monday, October 29th 2007

8800GT Now Available on Newegg

The 8800GT truly is the star of today, and Newegg is happy to announce that they have plenty in stock. As of the time of writing, you can get two 8800GT's: A $269 XFX model at stock clocks, and a "superclocked" $279 EVGA model.Source: Newegg
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16 Comments on 8800GT Now Available on Newegg

#2
ktr
Hmmm, looks like giving away free games with the hardware is getting quite popular now.
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#3
OrbitzXT
I wouldn't really call it free, it's $20 more than the similarly clocked XFX card, but I get what you mean.
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#4
ktr
by: OrbitzXT
I wouldn't really call it free, it's $20 more than the similarly clocked XFX card, but I get what you mean.
lol, i guess that sneak in the cost of the game some where. :laugh:
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newtekie1
Semi-Retired Folder
by: OrbitzXT
I wouldn't really call it free, it's $20 more than the similarly clocked XFX card, but I get what you mean.
The XFX card comes with a free game too.:toast:
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#6
Chewy
and a nice do not disturb door hanging thing. :P buwahahaha, gotta like free gifts with videocards.. I got a free Func gaming pad with my 8800gts.

The xfx comes with the original Company of Heroes, cant wait till theses become stock In Canada, I'll prob get the Asus.
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#7
nguyenpeter76
has there been any new comparisons with the gts and gtx cards for the gt?
nvm i looked on tomshardware
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#8
PVTCaboose1337
Graphical Hacker
I like the reliability of EVGA, so... I would go with them.
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#9
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Was hoping its would stay in the 250 dollar range or a tad bit lower. Newegg didnt mark it up that much though, so thats cool.
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#12
Chewy
Looks like aftermarket coolers for the 8800series wont fit this card... so Im poop out of luck with this card and my swiftech mc60 cooler by the looks of it.. till they come out with a new mounting bracket.. hopefully the 8800 swiftech sink set I bought will be ok with it.. meh I'll prob wait for the new 8800gts's (Nov.19th I think).

http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/hardware-canucks-reviews/3073-evga-8800gt-512mb-superclocked-edition-review.html
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#13
nguyenpeter76
nice find. i wonder how gears of war will run on the GT.
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#14
CrAsHnBuRnXp
If the card went out of stock, why would they pull the links for the cards? They've never done that for any other product on their website that was out of stock.
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Chewy
by: nguyenpeter76
nice find. i wonder how gears of war will run on the GT.
the gt is more of a high end card (for now) so it should run it great.

Theses cards strangely havent hit the Canadian market.
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Wile E
Power User
by: CrAsHnBuRnXp
If the card went out of stock, why would they pull the links for the cards? They've never done that for any other product on their website that was out of stock.
They do it on occasion. I don't know what they use to determine whether it should be pulled, or if it gets an "out of stock" next to it, but they do both.
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