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Friday, 12 October 2007 07:00

More 8800 GT benchmark figures

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This time they might be real


Expreview has posted some GeForce 8800 GT benchmarks and this time it looks like the real deal, although we can't say for certain that this is the case.

The test bed was a Core 2 Duo E6600 at 3.6GHz, an Nvidia 650i Ultra based motherboard, 2GB of DDR2 800MHz memory and of course a GeForce 8800 GT with the 167.26 drivers.

The card scored 19,881 in 3DMark05 and  12,072 in 3DMark06, both at default settings. It looks like this could be a pretty decent card for the money if these figures are indeed correct.

The Shader Model 2.0 score in 3DMark06 was 5,431 and the Shader Model 3.0 score was 5,232.

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