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Wednesday, 31 October 2007 17:24

Zotac 8800GT AMP 700MHz scores over 8800GTX

Written by Sanjin Rados
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Preview:
AMP! Edition 700MHz card


Zotac is the first one who dared to overclock the small D8P/G92 GPU on Geforce 8800GT cards to the sky high speed of 700MHz. We are pleased to announce that we have one of these AMP cards and the first results are much better than the results of the stock Geforce 8800GT. In the 3DMark 06 test it scores even better than the Geforce 8800GTX.


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The card has 512MB of GDDR3 memory with 256bit memory interface, and comes with single-slot active cooling. It’s not exactly the reference card because Zotac added bigger fans and made some extra vents on the cooler surface for improved air flow. 

The Shader clock on Zotac's AMP! Edition card comes in at an impressive 1700MHz, and memory also works at a strong 2000MHz.

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