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NVIDIA’s lack of marketing for the 8800 GS meant that it didn’t really catch on particularly well when it was first launched. However, the company is now planning to try and rectify this by rebranding it as the GeForce 9600 GSO according to Expreview. Assuming the current price remains more or less the same, this card should sell for a little below the 9600 GT and offers similar performance levels.Source: Expreview
Now high performance is even sweeter with the affordable EVGA 8800GS (384-P3-N851-AR). Featuring second Generation PureVideo HD, full DirectX 10 support, and PCI Express 2.0; the EVGA 8800GS is the perfect card for the gamer who wants big performance, without a big price. Main specs of the card include: 65nm GPU @ 550MHz Core, 384MB DDR3 @ 1.6GHz, 96 Stream Processors @ 1.375GHz. The e-Geforce 8800 GS will be available soon through all major EVGA partners and resellers.EVGA
Following ASUS's latest GeForce release the day before, new XFX graphics card has also been spotted. The XFX GeForce 8800GS 680M 384MB Alpha Dog Edition (PV-T88S-FDD4) uses self-designed black PCB and single slot cooling solution. The card is also factory overclocked to 680MHz/1600MHz(core/memory). Expreview reports that this product will hit the market in January 16th with suggested price of around 160 EURO or about USD $238.Expreview
ASUS today introduced the new ASUS EN8800GS TOP/HTDP/384M and EN8800GS/HTDP/384M graphic cards. The ASUS EN8800GS TOP/HTDP/384M is the world's first overclocking version of the GeForce 8800GS chipset – allowing users to enjoy 8% improvements in gaming experiences. Additionally, both models come equipped with the newest thermal solution – the uniquely designed Glaciator Fansink, which features quiet and efficient heat dissipation to enable stable performance. Furthermore, the integrated SmartDoctor feature will provide users with the option to overclock the Shader Clock for even better graphical performances.
NVIDIA is going to release yet another revision to its GeForce 8 family, the GeForce 8800GS 192-bit 384MB and 768MB. A quick look at the chart below will tell you the differences between the 192-bit 8800GS and other 8 series. The price tag of 8800GS 384MB will be 1199CNY or about 164USD, while the 768MB version will cost 1499CNY (~204USD). Redirect here for some more pics and results.XtremeSystems Forums