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Sunday, 06 May 2007 18:03

Dell and Alienware with 8800 Ultra's

Written by Slobodan Simic
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More power with 8800 Ultra


Dell got its hands on Nvidia's 8800 Ultra graphics cards and they are now available on its high end desktop systems.


The Geforce 8800 Ultra is available on Dell's XPS gaming desktops and on Alienware's Area 51 and Aurora.

The 8800 Ultra's are also available in SLI if you can afford this setup. According to Dell's press release :"The SLI-Ready GeForce 8800 Ultra graphics processor delivers outstanding graphics quality for even the most challenging and complex gaming and multimedia applications"
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"Systems configured with multi-core processors and the GeForce 8800 Ultra GPUs will be primed to take on this year’s highly anticipated DirectX 10 gaming titles as well as next-generation OpenGL titles. The DirectX 10 3-D graphic programming interfaces deliver unparalleled levels of realism and film-quality effects for games, which the GeForce 8800 Ultra graphics processor can render in real time, contributing to a truly immersive gaming experience.". For wwo of these 8800 Ultra cards to become yours, you have to fork out $1,500.00 and that is a lot of money.

You can check out the Dell XPS gaming system details and pricing here, while the Alienware system details and pricing can be found here.



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