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Friday, 30 November 2007 19:06

PNY jumps the guns with 8800GTS

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Listed for £199.99 with free delivery


A PNY Verto GeForce 8800 GTS / 512MB GDDR3 / PCI Express x16 graphics card has just been listed on play.com. It is on pre-order, but the company claims that the card will be available on the 10th of December, which sounds about right.

We are sure that Nvidia will do anything it can to take it down, but until that happens, let us share the details with you.

The card works at 650MHz, the GDDR3 memory has a 256-bit interface and works at 1,600MHz; but we are not so sure about the Shader number and speeds, as they seems to be wrong and just a copy and paste from the last card. It should be the real thing, as only the new GTS supports 512MB memory configurations.

Anyhow, the card should cost about £199.99 which is just a tiny bit more than the current G92 based 8800 GT's or about €280, when you translate it to European money.

The link is here until Nvidia takes it down, and when that happens we will simply post a screenshot for you, as we have one.

You can pre-order one here

Last modified on Monday, 03 December 2007 05:49
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