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Albatron Launches Three PCI Low-Profile GeForce 8 Video Cards

If you're on the market, looking for a card that will work on most of today's PCs, you'd be surprised to know that Albatron is launching a trio of new PCI low-profile graphics cards. Yes they are PCI, not PCI-Express compatible and they are part of the GeForce 8 generation. The cards are dubbed PCI8600GT-256X, PCI8500GT-256X, PCI8400GS-256, and represent GeForce 8600 GT, 8500 GT and 8400 GS respectively. The first two cards come equipped with GDDR3 memory, 128-bit interface and HDMI connectivity while the PCI8400GS-256 makes use of GDDR2 chips, a 64-bit interface and has no HDMI. All three cards come with 256MB memory, DVI and TV-Out connectors.

Source: Albatron

CoolIT Systems Releases NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Series VGA MTEC Coldplate

CoolIT Systems announced its new NVIDIA VGA MTEC Coldplate. This newest addition to CoolIT’s line of MTEC coolers is perfect for PC Enthusiasts who already have a custom liquid cooling system along with NVIDIA’s 8800 GTX/Ultra series graphics cards. The MTEC Coldplate is available now from CoolIT Systems.com for $109.99.
PC Enthusiasts can take their cooling setup to the next level by replacing their traditional water blocks with the MTEC Coldplate
said Geoff Lyon, CEO of CoolIT Systems.
The NVIDIA 8800 series is an extreme graphics card that requires extreme cooling performance to reach its full potential. That’s what the NVIDIA VGA MTEC Coldplate delivers.

Source: CoolIT

All GeForce 8 Cards to Gain PhysX Engine Support Says NVIDIA

Video card giant NVIDIA, which completed the acquisition of AGEIA Technologies the day before, is now starting to port AGEIA's PhysX engine software to run on its GeForce 8 cards, according to The Tech Report. During a financial call, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hseun Huang revealed that the ported engine will bring enhanced physics capabilities to all of the company's existing GeForce 8 cards.
We're working toward the physics-engine-to-CUDA port as we speak. And we intend to throw a lot of resources at it. You know, I wouldn't be surprised if it helps our GPU sales even in advance of [the port's completion]. The reason is, [it's] just gonna be a software download. Every single GPU that is CUDA-enabled will be able to run the physics engine when it comes... Every one of our GeForce 8-series GPUs runs CUDA.
Huang also added that the integration shall encourage people to spend more on graphics processing hardware, and maybe start to buy two or three graphics cards, where one of them will work for physics only.Source: The Tech Report

NVIDIA Launches GeForce 8800M GPUs

This holiday season a new era of PC games, featuring advanced new graphics effects, will immerse gamers in cinematic realism like never before. Games like Crysis, Unreal Tournament 3, and Call of Duty 4 are sure bets to be at the top of the holiday gift list for the significant gamer in your life. And to supply the best visual experience when playing these new games, a new generation of notebook PCs equipped with ultra-modern GPUs (graphics processing units), such as the just-released GeForce 8800M notebook GPUs from NVIDIA, will soon be available for order from notebook makers.

Sparkle Announces New Overclocked G80 Graphics Cards

SPARKLE Computer announced yesterday two new video cards. The firm's new Calibre P889 series replace the previous P880 series and use NVIDIA's Geforce 8800 reference design. The P889+ is based on the 8800 GTX and comes with a core clock of 630MHz and a memory clock of 1960MHz, compared to the standard 575MHz core and 1800MHz memory. The shader clock is also up from 1350MHz to 1512MHz. The P889 Ultra, based on the 8800 Ultra, has a core clock of 650MHz, a memory clock of 2250MHz and a shader clock of 1674MHz, compared to the 612MHz/2160MHz/1500MHz of the reference platform.

Source: TG Daily

XFX GeForce 8800 GTS 320MB Fatal1ty - The World's Fastest 8800 GTS

Pushing the limits of GeForce 8 series, XFX today released Fatal1ty Professional Series GeForce 8800 GTS 320MB, the world's fastest 8800 GTS card. The GeForce 8800 GTS 320MB Fatal1ty (pn: PV-T80G-G1D4) comes with 15% higher performance than the standard 8800 GTS. It even clocks higher than XFX's very own XXX Edition 8800 GTS. The card is painted in red and comes factory clocked at 650MHz core and 2GHz memory.

Source: XFX

Leadtek WinFast PX8400 GS TDH Silent, Exclusive To Go Heatsink & Dual-Link DVI-I

Leadtek Research Inc., known globally for extreme visual graphics technology development, today takes pride in the launch of a brand new entry-level graphics card, WinFast PX8400 GS TDH Silent. This new card, with passive heatsink design and exclusive Dual-Link DVI-I output among GeForce 8400 GS series in the market, brings users a total value entertainment solution for vivid image quality with noise free in performance of home theater, supporting up to 2560x1600 resolutions at 32-bit. As such it could be called the “Airbus A380” in GeForce 8400 GS graphics cards without doubt.

Leadtek Announces WinFast PX8600 GT TDH 512MB With Custom Heatsink

Leadtek Research Inc., known globally for extreme visual graphics technology development, is proud to announce the launch of its new mid-range graphics card, WinFast PX8600 GT TDH 512MB. With Leadtek’s original and exclusive fansink within a single heatpipe, this sensational new card offers the best of cooling system capabilities – a whopping 15'C cooler in GPU temperature and ultra quiet noise level. And it all adds up to outstanding performance and the ‘coolest’ price for gaming enthusiasts.

SPARKLE Delivers Passive Cooled GeForce 8 Video Cards

SPARKLE unleashed today a whole line-up of passive cooled GeForce 8 graphic cards. Based on NVIDIA newest 8600GTS, 8600GT, 8500GT and 8400GS GPUs, SPARKLE series passive cooling GeForce 8 graphic cards offer DirectX 10/SM4.0, full Windows Vista support and H.264 hardware accelerated support through NVIDIA PureVideo HD technology. All SPARKLE series passive cooling GeForce 8 graphic cards are equipped with heatpipe-based passive cooling system rather than the conventional HSF. For more information, please check out the official SPARKLE website.

Source: SPARKLE
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