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Inno3D GeForce 8800 GT Overclocked Edition

Manufacturer: Inno3D
Supplied by:
Inno3D
MSRP: $260.00

by Dean Barker  (11/19/2007)

Introduction

Some product arrivals make news and some make nothing.  The recently released GeForce 8800 GT arrived with a huge bang.  It's no wonder with pixel pushing power trumping the GeForce 8800 GTS at a lower price in a single slot solution.  As far as price goes, the $275 8800 GT is such a performance value that I fully expect to see sales of the 8800 GTS as well as the 8800 GTX take a huge hit by the newest member of the GeForce family.  If that wasn't enough, the R&D department of Inno3D has taken things further by tooling their 8800 GT card to be a factory overclocked version that leaves all the other NVidia board partners sucking wind.  Today, Inno3D has given us an opportunity to play around with their beastie for the masses.  Time for us to see what all the fan fare is about first hand, so let's get started.

Specifications

  • Graphics Engine: GeForce 8800 GT

  • Interface: PCI-Express 2.0

  • Engine Clock: 700MHz

  • Memory Clock: 2000MHz (1000 x 2 DDR)

  • Memory Type/Size: GDDR3/512MB

  • Memory Bus: 256-bit

  • Stream Processors: 112

  • Max Resolution: 2560x1600

  • VGA Output: Yes with adapter

  • Dual DVI

  • HDCP Support: Yes

  • SLI Ready: Yes

What you get

You may have noticed already that in the introduction I mentioned "the $275 8800 GT" and the review's header has the MSRP of the Inno3D card at $260.  Inno3D looks to be releasing their 512MB GeForce 8800 GT at a price point lower than the competition.  I have seen other manufacturer's 8800 GT's priced well over $300.  At the $260 we didn't expect much in the package but were a bit surprised to find a full copy of Tomb Raider Anniversary inside.  While I'm not Tomb Raider sort of fella, it's a nice extra.  Also in the package we have a driver CD, HDTV RCA component cable, S-Video cable, DVI to VGA adapter, Molex to 6-pin PCI-E power adapter and of course the card itself.
 


NEXT

Pg 1 - Introduction
Pg 2 - The Card
Pg 3 - Benchmarks
Pg 4 - Benchmarks
Pg 5 - Image Quality / Overclocking / Conclusion

 


 



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