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Tuesday, 23 October 2007 12:03

ASUS 8800GT card pictured

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Company of Heroes bundled

 

According to a picture posted on the Donanimhaber.com forum, Asus 8800GT will be bundled with Company of Heroes: Opposing Fronts expansion. The picture looks a bit odd, so take this one with a grain of salt.

The card comes with reference specs, 600MHz for the GPU and 900MHz (1800MHz DDR3) for memory. The interesting thing is that ASUS hasn't put the "DirectX 10 support" on the specs list since that is the main drawback of the card. As you know, ATI's new RV670 will feature the DirectX 10.1 support and almighty DAAMIT will certainly use it as a marketing sell point. Nvidia's 8800GT might end up being faster, but ATI's RV670 will end up cheaper and cooler.

The card has the same reference design, but the sticker sports a Company of Heroes theme. You can check out the specification picture here.

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