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This week we bring you the latests findings, especially on the graphics scene. Included in this edition, the latest Geforce 7800 GTX cards that have touched down in Singapore as well as some extremely sweet bargins… Click here to find out more!

Being the first weekend of the Nvidia Geforce 7800 GTX launch, we’ve seen a
few major brands already showing up, all thanks to Nvidia’s pledge to provide
worldwide immediate availability of these high end parts. For more information,
performance benchmarks, and the full review done by Visionary, please click
here.

First of all, we caught a glimpse of Leadtek Winfast PX 7800 GTX.
Found in Fuwell, and priced at a sweet S$ 999, it is one of
the cheapest 7800 GTX you could find in Sim Lim Square. Spotting a brand new
packaging, it is very different from it’s predecessors. With fresh new bright
yellow box that catches attention, the heatsink on the card also comes with a
very cool Winfast emblem.

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The bright yellow box of the Leadtek PX 7800 GTX. Very different from the
older 6 series. From the box, it indicates 2 free games included, Prince of
Persia, and Splinter Cell : Chaos Theory.

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The card itself. PCB layout, like other brands, are very similar to the
Nvidia reference card.

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The Winfast emblem that distinguish itself.

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A back shot of this PX 7800 GTX. A splitting resemblance to the reference
card.

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The I/O connectors for this card. Dual DVI is a standard for all 7800 GTX.
VIVO is supported for these models.