Discussion in 'News' started by zekrahminator, Oct 8, 2007.
Need I say more?
I want specs!
just surface the damn product allready, screw pics.
Please stop with flaming the news, this is the second post in a row I read from you that contains improper language and adds nothing of value to the thread.
Cool, a few more pics then what we saw the other day: http://forums.techpowerup.com/showthread.php?t=41171&highlight=8800gt
Id like to see how these perform in SLi
will the swiftech 8800gts/gtx sinks fit on this card? damm I wouldnt mind sli'ing theses cards but I dont think my psu could handle it with a quad.
i wanna see these things clock if they are anything like the 8600GT/GTS
38 amps on your psu might not be able to handle an oced q6600 and dual 8800 sli..
I'll add one of the news pics here as comment, since it looks bad on the front page.
Looks pretty sleek.
It looks sweet, but I want specs and benchmarks dang it. I want to see if I screwed myself by buying the 2900 pro.
you ok .. it cant compare .. its going to be below a 8800 GTS
in original markup it is but it is a new beast look up the "spec"
share with us please ...
The 8800GT graphics card is PCIe 2.0 compliant and come with a core clk of 600MHz and memory will be at 1800MHz. Shader clk is expected to be running at 1.2GHZ (to be finalised). The memory width is at 256 bits. There will be two models, one with 256M and another at 512M. The card will replace the 8800GTS-320. This card supports SLI 2.0 which is able to run in a tri card SLI setup. It has DVI-I, TV out and Display Port (requires additional chipset). and Purevideo 2 support.
GeForce 8800GT has two available models. The first being a 256MB will be priced around USD 199 while the 512MB will be priced at USD 249.
wow looks like it'll run much cooler and use less power than the 8800gts. probbaly more friendly to the average consumer because of those reasons.
I'm havin me two for SLi!!!!
I think I may join you
I'm gettin worried about you....you only just got your current card
Which, when sold at retail value, can more than pay for the two 8800GT's .
So this falls behind the GTS and ahead of???
If it is replacing the GTS... would that not be ahead? But it is cheaper... WTF!!??!
I think its going to have a few less shaders than the gts, also wasn't there news of the gts having a second revision where it gets a shader increase? so its going to be close to current 8800gts performance I think and cost less with a good possibility of more overclocking headroom since its going to have a die shrink.
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