Mushkin overclocked GeForce 8800 GT pictured

Posted on Friday, Jan 18 2008 @ 00:20 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Memory maker Mushkin will soon unveil its first graphics card, an overclocked GeForce 8800 GT. The card ships at a premium price pf 290EUR but includes a couple of goodies such as a USB drive with the drivers and utilities, a lanyard for it and even a T-shirt.
To start off 'small', the bundle includes a USB flash drive with drivers and utilities, a lanyard for it and a T-shirt. Going over the card, it features the stock, single-slot cooler we know and don't really love and frequencies set to 700, 1750 and 1950 MHz for the GPU, shaders and memory (512 MB GDDR3) - significantly higher compared to the stock 600/1500/1800 MHz. The worst part of the Mushkin 8800GT XP OC Edition is its price which now stands at over 290 euros or $424, at least in Europe. There's not much to be said here except that, for such a price tag people are likely to expect a lot more from the card like custom cooling and yes, even higher clocks.


Source: TC Mag


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