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Monday, 22 October 2007 10:10

Geforce 8800GT appears online

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Looks like the reference card

What appears to be a Turkish forum has managed to score a picture of an upcoming 8800 GT card and it looks just like the reference design with a sticker on it.

It's pretty much what we expected from first generation cards, as this is generally the case with new products. The NX8800GT, will be clocked at 600MHz for the core, 1,500MHz for the shaders and the 512MB of GDDR3 memory should be running at 1,800MHz.

The card comes with DVI to HDMI connector in the box and the card should launch on the 29th of October.

If you can read Turkish, then you can find out some more here.
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