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Mushkin HP GeForce 8800GT 512MB Overclocked Edition v2 Spotted

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  1. malware New Member

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    American high-end memory manufacturer Mushkin has revealed that it is working on a new GeForce 8800 GT version, the 8800 GT G92 512 Mushkin HP Overclocked Edition v2. Mushkin has equipped the card with custom dual-slot cooler and 512MB GDDR3 memory clocked at 1900 MHz. The core frequency for this model has also been changed to 675MHz from the standard 600MHz. Other unique features come with the card's bundle, where you'll find a Mushkin T-shirt and USB flash drive with drivers. Expect HP Overclocked Edition 8800 GT v2 later this month for around 260 Euros.

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    Source: TechConnect Magazine, matbe.com
     
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    I like the USB flash drive with drivers on it. That is genious. It can't be any more expensive than sending out CDs, and the driver version sent out with the card can easily be changed as new drivers come out, plus you give the user a nice bonus of USB flash drive even if it is only 128MB or 512MB.
     
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    mushkin?
     
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    quality. hope mushkin succeeds where ocz failed.
     
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    Aye, good company -- I run their RAM in some stuff, real good shit.
     
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    Damn str8 Mushkin, the memory daddies!
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    That is one gorgeous card that I would sell this here 3870 HD to have in my machine and I would be the KING of the g33ks if I wore that T-shirt to any local PC shop...even tho' they probably don't know who Mushkin are either
     
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    Well done Mushkin.

    I'm really fascinated in their PSU's though you don't get them here :shadedshu

    Completely agree with Newtekie1 above. Plus the free t-shirt.
     
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    Seems like a reduced layers card, not all solid caps too and overpriced. Like the shirt & USB stick, coolers looks soso. That will be a bitch to RMA, wonder if they sniff the shirts :D
     
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    where's the ram and vreg heatsink(s)?
     
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    Wow that thing looks awesome. This is slightly turning my eye from buying a 3870 :eek:
     
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    From layout looks like Palit ir OEM for this card.
     
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    I newer knew Mushkin 8800GT XP OC Edition 512MB with higher clocks (700MHz / 1750MHz / 975MHz [DDR-1950]) was retailing and in stock already...
     
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    I like Mushkin stuff.. but good god a GREEN PCB and a crappy mouthful of a name? Who was stoned the day they decided those 2 things?
     
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    Looks like the Gigabyte 8800GT. 3 Phase 8800GT. Looks like a pretty nice card to me, but I have to say, why doesnt mukshin do what Gigabyte do and eliminate the redundant PCB (towards the rear IO)
     
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    I can ask all sorts of Tech Qs if you want, still have a lot of Mushy contacts.
     
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    I like the cooler myself. Though they could have gone away of the Dual slot and made it single slot.
     
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    Good stuff.
     
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    agreed ket, and that cooler is fugly to, should have just used a zerotherm cooler :/

    that pcb is greener then my bfg 8800gt's..........Oi!!!
     
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    now they just need to have a R3870
     
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    pretty ugly, i like to view this card on a black pcb. the box and shirt are beatiful!
     

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