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Thursday, 25 October 2007 12:09

Gigabyte's 8800GT pictured

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Bundled with Neverwinter Nights 2

 

Gigabyte has joined the merry bunch of companies whose 8800GT's have ended up pixelized and posted on the net. Unlike Foxconn, ASUS and MSI, Gigabyte's card comes without a sticker over the reference cooler.

Gigabyte's 8800GT is nothing new: it has the same boring reference design packed in a box which shows that Gigabyte decided to bundle this card with Neverwinter Nights 2. Same boring reference design also means that it also comes with reference clocks, 600MHz for the GPU and 1,800MHz for the 512MB of GDDR3 memory.

We would rather see a newer game packed in the box, especially since Asus bundles Company of Heroes: Opposing Fronts and it just sounds more reasonable.

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