Gainward GeForce 8800 GT with 1GB memory

Posted on Tuesday, Dec 11 2007 @ 18:22 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Besides a GeForce 8800 GTS 512MB, Gainward also unveiled a new GeForce 8800 GT graphics card with 1GB GDDR3 memory. This card is clocked at 650MHz with 1900MHz memory. Shader speed is unknown.
Gainward’s award Winning Golden Sample Technology and High-Performance / Wide-Bandwidth hardware design powered by massive 1024MB version of 8800GT graphic card: Bliss 8800GT 1024MB. Equipped with stunning 650+MHz on the core clock and a super fast 950+MHz(DDR 1900+) MHz on the memory clock, Gainward Bliss 8800GT leads to an ultimate performance for enthusiasts, in addition, the massive 1024MB memory (256bits width) bandwidth size can undoubtedly allow the graphics processors to achieve higher resolutions without running into memory capacity bottlenecks in games. Gainwards Bliss 8800GT 1024MB is definitely the weapon you must have to lead the world of new generation games. Supports two monitors simultaneously, enabled by the NVIDIA nView Multi-Display Technology for office applications, 3D gaming and professional applications such as CAD, DTP, graphics animation or graphics video editing.

Gaiwnard´s new revolutionary cooling system combines the advantage of silence from heat sink as well advantage of thermal conductivity from fan, offers something over and above the Nvidia reference design.3-Phase Power Supply System Designed for gainward’s Bliss 8800GT allows a better power solution than 2-phase power supply system in the market; as a result, the whole graphics card is able to stays in a lower temperature meanwhile lengthen the life of the graphics card and also enables the over clocking ability.
The card is bundled with Tomb Raider and other accessories

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