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OCZ Technology Launches GeForce 8800 GTX Graphics Card With A Difference

| Video Cards News | Posted: Dec 29, 2006 4:47 am

It was recently reported that OCZ plan to re-enter the high-end graphics card market, initially with the release of some NVIDIA 8800 series cards. Well today brings the official launch of their first card, based on the 8800 GTX.

 

On paper it carries typical stock specifications, however it's been made clear that OCZ have decided to switch the memory for premium quality GDDR3 stuff, allowing for far greater overclocking headroom; Not only this, but each and every card goes through a screening process in which only the best of the bunch get to make it onto retail shelves.

 

For full details, have a read of the official PR or go straight to the product page on OCZ's website folks.

 


Sunnyvale, CA-December 28, 2006-OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory, today announced their exciting return to the world of graphics cards. Leveraging a strong expertise in high performance overclocking memory and the unique needs of PC enthusiasts, OCZ is prepared to deliver a differentiated GPU solution to gamers and enthusiasts with the launch of the OCZ NVIDIA GeForce® 8800 GTX 768MB PCI Express®.

 

Separating OCZ's GPU from the rest is the stringent requirement for the highest level of performance and stability. Each and every 8800 GTX card offers more overclocking headroom by means of premium GDDR3 memory and an advanced screening process in which only the best complete cards make it into the systems of worldwide gamers.

 

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