Friday, November 9th 2007

Galaxy Unveils 8800GT with Three Phase Power

Galaxy Technology has prepared one of the first non-reference products based on the G92 chipset. Several major modifications were made in order to push this card to the limits and be more overclock friendly. The PCB has been changed to dissipate the heat in a split second while the graphics processing unit's power management has been redone to obtain three phase power supply. Also equipped is a better cooling device with two heatpipes to keep the card running cool and stable.

Source: VR-Zone
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7 Comments on Galaxy Unveils 8800GT with Three Phase Power

#1
erocker
Is Galaxy available in the US? If not, are companies like evga and xfx etc. going to be doing this kinda stuff to gt's as well?
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#2
mab1376
looks sweet! i might pick one up if they verify there wont be any 8800GTS with 128SP
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JacKz5o
by: mab1376
looks sweet! i might pick one up if they verify there wont be any 8800GTS with 128SP
Didn't NVIDIA confirm that there will be a 128SP 8800GTS?
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#4
Chewy
I see a black pbc... tis sexy and an good option, once more waater blocks become avlible for the 8800gt. Im still waiting on the g92 gts but I like seeing that thier making black pbc gt's.
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#5
Richieb0y
damn i really want one just to see how good it is to the one i have now

if i buy do i get a preformace or is it only a lil bit i mean gaming wise
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#6
OnBoard
by: Richieb0y
damn i really want one just to see how good it is to the one i have now

if i buy do i get a preformace or is it only a lil bit i mean gaming wise
Just a lil bit. No point of going from 640MB version to GT. 320MB yes, but that no.

I'd like to see a review of this, doesn't really show that much of the cooler, but best I've seen so far. And that black PCB would fit my motherboard so perfectly :P~
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#7
Woah Mama!
Wow, seems like Galaxy might be starting to up the quality control standards a bit. The first, and only nVidia card I tried personally was a 6600GT from Galaxy, it didn't work, I couldn't talk to their tech support at all not even email them. I had to convince the retailer that it was tripe and get a refund. I hope these ones are a different story
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