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EVGA 8800GTS 320MB Review

The 8800 series of graphics cards from NVIDIA house the first
generation of GPUs capable of DirectX 10. They came positioned at a higher price
segment of the market, and this may be one of the main reason barricading people
from upgrading. Recently, the 8800GTS 320MB was launched, same specifications
as the 640MB version, just half the Memory size. Although laymen use onboard
Memory size to gauge the performance of a graphics card, the better educated
know that this is not the main determinant. The 320MB 8800GTS is the cheapest
DirectX 10 graphics card in the market at this time, we’ll see how the performance
of this card stack up, looking at EVGA e-GeForce 8800GTS 320MB Superclocked.

The 8800 series of graphics cards from NVIDIA house the first
generation of GPUs capable of DirectX 10. They came positioned at a higher price
segment of the market, and this may be one of the main reason barricading people
from upgrading. Recently, the 8800GTS 320MB was launched, same specifications
as the 640MB version, just half the Memory size. Although laymen use onboard
Memory size to gauge the performance of a graphics card, the better educated
know that this is not the main determinant. The 320MB 8800GTS is the cheapest
DirectX 10 graphics card in the market at this time, we’ll see how the performance
of this card stack up, looking at EVGA e-GeForce 8800GTS 320MB Superclocked.

‘Superclocked’ stamped on the box tells us that it is a deviant
from reference clocks, upwards.

 

The same form of cooler that comes with the 640MB 8800GTS is
employed on this card.

 

Just one PCI-E Power Connector required

Dual DVI output for dual display, and an S-Video out connector,
lined up beside the exhaust grill

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