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Tuesday, 31 July 2007 12:48

Gainward's 8600GT Goes 625MHz like Hell

Written by Slobodan Simic


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Superfast 8600GT 

 

Gainward has announced the new addition to its BLISS 8600 series, one of the fastest 8600GT's on the market, BLISS 8600GT 256MB TV DD Golden Sample, Goes Like Hell.

The new Gainward's 8600GT, doesn't just "go like hell" is also overclocked like hell. The 8600GT GPU is overclocked from reference 540MHz to stunning 625MHz, or as stated in the PR 625+ MHz, which is apparently a sign that there is still some room for further overclocking. New Bliss Goes Like Hell edition comes with 256MB of 1,0ns GDDR3 memory modules clocked at 1800MHz, 400 more then reference 8600GT. Since the card comes with 1,0ns memory it can reach 2000MHz, of course with proper cooling

gainward_card

The new card is cooled by Gainward's trademark cooler. It certainly looks good, so why change it. This might be the best 8600 GT that money can buy. If it ends up with a affordable price tag, it could easily become a best buy.

 

 

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