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Galaxy GeForce 8800GT with native HDMI

High-end HTPC graphics card

| Connectivity & Communications News | Posted: Dec 7, 2007 5:11 am

Galaxy recently informed us about the release of their brand new 8800GT graphics card with native HDMI port for HD output up to 1080p resolutions.

 


As the Hong Kong based company likes to do, it comes with a customized cooler along with higher 3-phase power system compared to the usual 2-phase, SLI (but not 3-way SLI since it only has one SLI bridge connector) and all the usual GT trimmings.

 

Hong Kong -DEC 06, 2007 - Galaxy proudly announces to launch the NVIDIA GeForce 8800GT graphics cards featuring High Definition multimedia VGA solution with Certified for HDMI and HDCP supported.

 

Galaxy GeForce 8800GT with certified-HDMI features the latest generation HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) which combines both the high-definition video and audio signal into one cable for exceptionally smooth and sharp image quality and crisp audio without distortion. Additionally, Galaxy GeForce 8800GT HDMI Version supports HDCP encryption, allowing users to experience the highest-resolution HD broadcasts at 1080p. Galaxy GeForce 8800GT HDMI Version also supports PureVideo HD technology and works with video editing software, allowing users to build the ideal digital media PC.

 

Since this card was probably designed more for HTPC users, clock speeds remain the same as the Nvidia reference card at 600MHz core clock and 1800MHz DDR on the memory clock.

 

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