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Tuesday, 08 January 2008 12:13

EVGA launches overclocked 8800GTS cards

Written by Slobodan Simic

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The SSC and KO edition

 

EVGA has launched two more cards based on G92 8800 GTS GPU. The first one is the new addition to its SSC series and the second one is the KO edition graphics card.

EVGA's 8800 GTS 512MB SSC edition works at 740MHz for the core and 1980MHz for 512MB of GDDR3 memory. The new SSC edition card has 128 Stream processors and Shader clock speed of 1835MHz. Both new cards have the same reference cooling with EVGA's military "camo" look sticker. The KO edition works at more modest clocks, 700MHz for the core and 1980MHz for 512MB of GDDR3 memory. Unlike the memory clock, which is the same on both cards, the KO's Shader clock is lower and it works at 1730MHz.

As the entire Geforce 8 series, these two cards also support DirectX 10 and Shader Model 4.0. They both use PCI-Express 2.0.

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