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EVGA GeForce 8800 Ultra Superclocked Review

There is no denying that the GeForce 8800 Ultra is a rich man’s toy. Selling
for a price tag of between USD$ 700-800, this video card is the ultimate
satisfaction for the frame rate hungry. Even at the tip of this pyramid, there
is distinction among the top cards, and today we take a look at the epitome of
performance graphics, the EVGA GeForce 8800 Ultra Superclocked, the creme of the
crop.

There is no denying that the GeForce 8800 Ultra is a rich man’s toy. Selling
for a price tag of between USD$ 700-800, this video card is the ultimate
satisfaction for the frame rate hungry. Even at the tip of this pyramid, there
is distinction among the top cards, and today we take a look at the epitome of
performance graphics, the EVGA GeForce 8800 Ultra Superclocked, the creme of the
crop.

The front of the card looks just like any of the Ultras
around, except for the EVGA sticker on the fan. The visual distinction lies at
the back of the card:

Here you see a back heatsink covering the behind of the GPU
core, similar to what we see on the EVGA cards with ACS3 cooling. This is
something we don’t see on the Ultras that spot reference coolers.

Dual DVI and S-Video output as per normal.

The usual accessories, a slight pity that we do not find a
kick-ass DirectX 10 game bundled.

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