Wednesday, November 28th 2007

Leadtek Launches 256MB 8800 GT

Leadtek Research Inc. today proudly announces the launch of new high-end graphics cards to gaming enthusiasts, WinFast PX8800 GT 256MB. With high stream processors of 112 units and easy over-clocking as 512MB, PX8800 GT 256MB is also able to achieve a remarkably good benchmark result and bomb-drop the market with an extremely competitive price.

Based on 65nm technology and powered by NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT graphics processing units, the WinFast PX8800 GT 256MB features a surprising 256MB 256bit GDDR3 memory and a 600MHz GPU clock. Furthermore, Equipped with a single slot thermal solution, it is able to amplify exclusively an independent stream processor over-clocking for optimal shader performance.

Moreover, with the latest Microsoft DirectX 10 with full Shader Model 4.0 support, PX8800 GT 256MB is able to deliver realistic gaming effects with film-quality, and provide users with a more cheerful environment under the Windows Vista operating system. Besides, bundled with “Neverwinter Nights 2”, a new award-winning adventurous game which every decision directly affects every character and the passage of time realistically impacts game-play, WinFast PX8800 GT 256MB delivers a true-to-life image and fantasy gaming excitement.

What's more, the WinFast PX8800 GT 256MB takes a perfect use of NVIDIA PureVideo HD technology in picture clarity, smooth video, accurate color, and vivid image scaling. It enables playback of HD DVD, Blu-ray Disc and other protected content at full HD resolutions with integrated High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) support for the ultimate home theater experience. And with Dual Dual-Link DVI-I output, it sustains digital displays of up to 2560x1600 resolutions, supporting extreme HD games and entertainment.

And if all this wasn't enough, this new Leadtek graphics card complies with the NVIDIA Lumenex Engine offering stunning image quality and floating point accuracy at ultra-fast frame rates. Leading users into a more fabulous gaming world, the new card, with revolutionary unified architecture by GigaThread Technology, fully supports thousands of independent, simultaneous threads, featuring extreme processing efficiency in advanced and next generation shader programs.

Needless to say, the brand-new WinFast PX8800 GT 256MB meets the most demanding user needs and expectations and provides a superb picture quality at an attractive price. Only “products with value” are able to hold their own and survive in today's market places. WinFast PX8800 GT 256MB is most certainly among them.

Source: Leadtek
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10 Comments on Leadtek Launches 256MB 8800 GT

#1
FreedomEclipse
Crazy Dogmatic Bullsh!t!
damn it where are the 512mb editions???
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#2
crow1001
Doh :slap: the 512mb 8800GT has been out weeks, its in short supply at the moment but its out, this 256mb version is same as the 512mb version aside for the lower clocks on the memory which will easily clock up to the 512mb GT.
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#3
FreedomEclipse
Crazy Dogmatic Bullsh!t!
by: crow1001
Doh :slap: the 512mb 8800GT has been out weeks, its in short supply at the moment but its out, this 256mb version is same as the 512mb version aside for the lower clocks on the memory which will easily clock up to the 512mb GT.
are you sure? lol


EDIT:

Sorry I am a little confused....wasnt there meant to be a 8800GTS with 112 stream Processors???
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#4
Jimmy 2004
by: FreedomEclipse
Sorry I am a little confused....wasnt there meant to be a 8800GTS with 112 stream Processors???
There is going to be a new 8800 GTS with 128 shaders, the GT only has 112. They are more or less the same, just the GTS will be a bit quicker.

There is already a 512MB GT out, the 256MB versions are new - AFAIK, this is the second one to be released. XFX was first.

Edit: and I think the GTS should be 512MB. Supposed to launch on December 11th.
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#6
Darkmind
The new 8800GTS based on the G92 is gonna have 128 stream processors, 16 ROPs, 650MHz core clock, 1625MHz shader clock, 512MB-1024MB VRAM at 1940MHz, 64 TMU's and TAU's (texture address units, finally found out what a TAU is), and 256-bit memory bus.

The new revised 8800GTS based on the G80 is only gonna happen to the 640MB versions.
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#7
InfDamarvel
Dell.com has actually had the best deals on the 8800GT and they are currently in stock people.
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#8
nguyenpeter76
serious? i just see a evga 512mb 8800gt for 317.99 sure it may be in stock but its more expensive than everywhere else.
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#10
nguyenpeter76
o i saw these but i couldnt find them anymore so i thought they sold out or something...
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