Today marks another big release for NVIDIA as they officially launch their second GeForce 7 series video card in the "7800 GT". This card is of course a lower spec'd model in comparison to the already released GTX variant, and naturally offered in a lower price bracket. The card differs to the GTX with 20 pixel pipelines and 7 vertex pipelines versus the 24 pixel / 8 vertex pipelines of the GTX. GPU and MEM clocks are also lower at 400MHz and 1000Mhz respectively.
Given the NDA's just expired, theres a mass of links surfacing with stacks of benchies and info on the new GT cards, as per the below links :-
Following the release of the Nvidia GeForce 7800 GTX GPU sometime last month, NVIDIA had just started rolling out the technologically stunning, GeForce 7 series of GPUs. While the 7800 GTX based graphics card are the fastest anyone can buy with money now, it remains as one of the most expensive one available in the market. This comes naturally, since it gives top of the line performance. Retailing at an average of late SGD$900 to early SGD$1200, these cards might not be attractive even to the rich. While NVIDIA needs to cater to as many market sectors as possible, they saw a need to have a card that will provide next generation performance, yet costs lower then that. A new GPU is now introduced, the NVIDIA GeForce 7800 GT.
- Chaintech Announces AE78GT on 7800 GT
Another press release rolls in detailing the birth of a 7800 GT based graphics card, this one from NVIDIA partner Chaintech with their "AE78GT" variant.
Taipei, Taiwan, Aug. 11th, 2005-Chaintech Computer CO., LTD, the World-leading VGA cards& Motherboard manufacturer, today introduces its AE78GT, one of the industry's first next generation high-definition PC Gaming VGA solutions based on the NVIDIA GeForce 7800GT graphics processor. Chaintech AE78GT featuring a revolutionary design that delivers best-in-class performance on today's hottest games and applications.
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