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Gainward Launches 1GB 8800 GT

Discussion in 'News' started by Jimmy 2004, Dec 11, 2007.

  1. Jimmy 2004

    Jimmy 2004 New Member

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    Just like ASUS last week, Gainward has today announced a 1GB version of the GeForce 8800 GT, known as Bliss 8800GT 1024MB. The card features a 650MHz core clock and 256-bit 1900MHz GDDR3 memory.

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    Specifications
    • NVIDIA GF8800GT(G92) with 650Mhz core clock
    • 112 stream processors with 1.625Ghz shader clock
    • 1024MB DDR3 memory (256bits width) with 950Mhz clock rate (DDR1900)
    • Output port : Dual DVI-I (dual-link) and HDTV-out
    • HDCP compliant (both DVI port)
    • PCI Express version 2.0, provides up to 16GB/s bandwidth (2 times that of PCI express)
    • High performance with super low noise cooling fan
    • 3-Phase Power Supply System Design
    • Support HDMI interface with HDMI dongle
    Source: Gainward
     
  2. WhiteLotus

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    i want one!!!!
     
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    This card is very much equal to the GTX.
     
  4. WhiteLotus

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    im liking the look of the cooler.
     
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    By the time I get ready to buy this either the 1GB GTS will be announced or the 9xxx series. :laugh:
     
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    very nice...how much...
     
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    nice...
     
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    Yeah, good question the Gainward NVIDIA GeForce 8800GTX 768MB PCI-E Graphics Card
    is around $640, the Gainward GeForce 8600GT 1024MB Graphics Card is around $140; so, hopefully it's somwhere in the middle.

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    dos anyone know where i can buy one
     
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    fafa use a shopbot heres a Canadian shopbot.. I found one, but its to be sold on the 14th. http://www.shopbot.ca/default.asp?kw=8800gt 1gb&position=search

    Palit GeForce 8800GT 600MHZ 1GB $329.99 Canadian.


    edit: good thing I still paid less for my 640mb gts with 112sp's lol! though this card will really wipe the floor with my SSC edition gts even in crysis @ 1680x1050 res and above. 1gb cards:rockout: ready for the future!
     
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  11. Tatty_One

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    This is nice and I am all for adding variety to a range but TBH....unless you are gaming OVER 16xx x 10xx you are going to see little increase in performance, yes granted with everything maxed there will be a slight improvement but just look at the benches between the 2900XT 1GB GDDR4 and the 2900XT 512MB GDDR3, damn the 512mb actually is faster in a few benches around 1280 x 1024.
     

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