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Friday, 21 December 2007 12:21

MSI launches NX8800GT 1GB

Written by Fudzilla staff

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With GTS-like cooler



MSI
has launched yet another 8800 GT card, this time with 1GB of memory and a rather interesting cooler.

The card uses Qimonda memory, but the company has not yet revealed its memory or GPU clocks. However, it's safe to assume the card will end up slightly overclocked.

Its cooler is what sets it apart from other 8800 GT cards. As you can see, MSI opted for the dual slot G92 GTS cooler design, and an odd looking angled fan is included. We've seen it in action on GTS cards and we're hoping that it will prove more than capable to handle overclocking efforts on this interesting card.

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