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Palit release 8800GT Sonic w/ HDMI

Not your average 8800GT

| Connectivity & Communications News | Posted: Nov 29, 2007 12:26 am

Finding an 8800GT in stock at the moment is still proving to be a bit of a challenge, but as more add-in partners release cards based on this kickarse performing GPU, you hope it's a sign that stock availability is growing as well.

 

Palit have added a variant of their own to the market, and this isn't your typical reference based 88GT either.

 

What we have here is the new GeForce 8800GT Sonic 512MB card which has been heavily modified with such features as an improved 3-Phase Power circuit, superior heatsink/fan design over the stock reference version which also results in factory overclocked core and memory speeds of 650MHz and 1.9GHz respectively; and lastly Palit have also added HDMI support.

 

The only worrying aspect of the card is of course availability, but you always hope that'll change very soon.

 

More details on the card can be found within the official PR.

 


Palit Microsystems, the leading graphics card manufacturer, today announces its own design GeForce 8800GT Sonic which offers something more and above the other GeForce 8800GT in the market.

 

Lower Noise is produced by Palit's own design GeForce 8800GT. With Palit's revolutionary cooling system, the noise is successfully reduced to 29.5dB, provides better environment for noise concern customers.

 

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