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GIGABYTE Intros Two GeForce 8800 GT Gamer HUD Video Cards

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  1. malware New Member

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    GIGABYTE has stealthy released two new G92 cards. The fresh GeForce 8800 GT cards all have a blue PCB, a new dual-slot cooler and a few other software and hardware updates, that distinguish them from the competitiors. The 256MB GV-NX88T256H and 512MB GV-NX88T512HP are both "Gamer HUD" cards. Gamer HUD is GIGABYTE's latest video card technology which consists of a power control VGO chip built into the graphics card and Windows software that allows you to adjust the GPU voltage for 3D gaming or 2D environment. Changing the core voltage will also allow you to find your optimal clock frequencies.

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    Source: Expreview, TechConnect Magazine, VR-Zone
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    Interesting, I wonder how high a vGPU it allows. :p
    But this still has unified vDD & vDDQ combined to Qimonda crap GDDR3. Pleasepleaseplease-phuleease someone make vDD&vDDQ independent!
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    that is sweet, I hope they set a trend!
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    800Mhz is quite big overclock for a GPU
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    thats awesome, I wish they would do something like that for a 3870!
    Id love to be able to up my voltage without doing a mod
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    did you guys see 98*c on the last pic? thats hot! :D
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    Yea wtf things about to melt...

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