EVGA e-GeForce 8800 GTX
Written by Gizmo   
Tuesday, 30 January 2007 06:38
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Read the full review at Barry's Rigs 'n Reviews:

'The lifespan of contemporary video cards for gaming barely last six months before the “next-big-thing” comes along, making them obsolete. “Revolutionary” has become the most over-used word in marketing-speak for cards that offer little more than incremental improvements in performance and visual quality over the previous model.

That changed when NVIDIA introduced the GeForce 8800 last November—a GPU more advanced and powerful than else before it. The GeForce 8800 not only promises unprecedented performance and visual fidelity in DirectX 10 games under Windows Vista—but does the same for existing titles under Windows XP and DirectX 9—as you’ll see with the subject of today’s review: the EVGA e-GeForce 8800 GTX!

There were all kinds of rumors and speculation floating around on the Internet—as there always is with any new technology—about NVIDIA’s flagship GeForce 8800 GTX before it made its debut on November 8, 2006. Everything from the amount of heat it would produce, to its size and power consumption, were on forums and blogs all over the web. Most of it was wild speculation. Some of it was close to the truth.'

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