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Thursday, 29 November 2007 10:11

Palit launches 8800 GT Sonic with HDMI

Written by Nermin Hajdarbegovic

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Non-reference cooler and 650MHz core


Palit has launched a new G92 based card, the 8800 GT Sonic with 512 MB of memory.

The company went for a non-reference design, with improved 3 phase power circuit and a non-reference cooler which, according to the company, should be relatively quiet, rated at 29.5dB.

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The clocks are a bit higher than reference too, but nothing spectacular; 650MHz for the core and 1900MHz for the memory.

Palit's 8800 GT Sonic also has HDMI support and ships with a DVI to HDMI dongle and SPDIF cable. HDMI is supported via a dongle and the card itself has two DVI ports.

You can find more here.
Last modified on Friday, 30 November 2007 04:56
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