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Wednesday, 30 January 2008 09:48

Sparkle releases GeForce 8800 GT with new fan

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has just released a new range of 8800 GT graphics cards with a new fan design that will provide a more comfortable operating environment for high-end pc gamers.

According to a press release, the Nvidia-based GeForce 8800 GT 256MB/512MB/1GB Graphics Cards  maintain moderate working temperatures by using a an elaborately made cooling fan which has a bigger diameter than the reference cooling fan of GeForce 8800. The new cards are reference clocked, although it's unclear what the exact memory clocks are, as Sparkle claims both 1400MHz and 1800MHz.

Sparkle thinks that this means that you can push your GeForce 8800 cards to much higher clocks without worrying about overheating.

No word on price yet and this is what the new card looks like.

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