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Monday, 29 October 2007 14:52

Club3D shows off its 8800GT

Written by Slobodan Simic

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And Nvidia G92 day begins

 

Club3D has posted its version of the 8800GT online. We wrote about Gigabyte's 8800GT here.

According to the product page we are looking at reference design and reference clocks. The GPU works at 600MHz, while 512MB of GDDR3 memory works at reference 1800MHz with a 256bit memory interface. The only difference between the reference and Club3D card is that little sticker logo on the fan.

As we wrote, the NDA will be lifted at 3 P.M. C.E.T., which is 6 A.M. Pacific Standard Time. We already showed you pictures of various cards that leaked on the Internet, and our own review should be online during the launch, so be sure to drop by a bit later.

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