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Monday, 07 May 2007 15:29

MSI with its 8800 Ultra

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Default clocks like most of the 8800 Ultra's

Micro-star International joined every other Nvidia partner by announcing its 8800 Ultra card, the MSI NX8800Ultra-T2D768E-HD.

The new card is clocked at reference 612 MHz for the core, has 768MB of DDR3 that is clocked at 2160 MHz and as with all other partners, it features a reference design including a reference cooler. Shaders are not listed in the specifications, but as nothing elese changed, we belive that the shaders stayed at the reference 1500 MHz.

Like all other 8800 Ultras it has two dual-link DVI's, and it is HDCP capable. Lets just hope that MSI can at least be price competitive with the other Nvidia partners. Here is a picture of the card.
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