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GeForce 8800 GS 192bit 384MB/768MB GDDR3 spotted

It seems that NVIDIA finally is working on an answer to ATI's Radeon HD 38xx products. A couple of sites spotted GeForce 8800 GS graphics cards. The sites say NVIDIA will soon introduce 384MB and 768MB GDDR3 GeForce 8800 GS graphics cards, these cards are based on the G92-150 core and feature 112 stream processors and a 192-bit memory bus.

The 384MB version has a 575MHz core, 1700MHz memory and 1438MHz shaders. The 768MB version has a 650MHz core, 1900MHz memory and 1625MHz shaders. For comparison: the GeForce 8800 GT has a 600MHz core, 1800MHz memory and 1500MHz shaders but has the advantage of a 256-bit memory bus.

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ChickeyCantor3131d ago (Edited 3131d ago )

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so thats how they boot the PC with this video card.
im wondering how much energy such card needs =/

jaja14343131d ago

I remember seeing that all of the 8 series cards have roughly the same power usage as the 7800's. Nothing that a standard 500 watt PS couldn't handle.

SafeRat3131d ago

lol, how long did that take you to find + type

ChickeyCantor3131d ago

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google> type:" *the movie you want* quotes"

ChickeyCantor3131d ago

lol someone agreed on you and disagreed on me....logic is a failure @ this website XD