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GIGABYTE next up with custom HD 3800

Zalman custom coolers

| Posted: Dec 10, 2007 5:03 am

GIGABYTE are next on the list with their custom made Radeon HD 3800 series graphics cards including the GV-RX387512H and GV-RX385512H which both have 512MB GDDR3 of memory onboard.

 


GIGABYTE are trying to send the message that "Quality Components make Quality VGA cards" and "More Power Phases + Ultra Durable 2 = Lower System Temperature + Extreme Power Efficiency".

 

It does seem like they are trying to capitalise on the success of their high quality motherboards and implement similar power saving and high quality components to their VGA lineup of products.

 

The latest graphics cards to come from GIGABYTE use a custom Zalman cooler for the GPU (memory does not have any cooling) and the cards are also bundled with Neverwinter Nights 2.

 

Taipei, Taiwan, December 7, 2007 - GIGABYTE UNITED INC., a leading manufacturer of motherboards and graphics cards today is pleased to announce their latest GV-RX38 Series graphics cards. The GV-RX387512H and GV-RX385512H are built on the highly anticipated ATI RadeonTM HD 3800 Series GPU which utilizes the very latest 55 nanometer graphics processing technology, providing maximum performance and setting new clock speed and memory speed records for tomorrow's demanding applications, while utilizing less power than previous generation graphics technologies. Featuring PCI Express 2.0 support and DirectX® 10.1 GPU, the GIGABYTE GV-RX38 Series are designed with GIGABYTE Ultra Durable 2 Technology, which continues to lead the industry for top quality component design. The GIGABYTE GV-RX38 Series graphics cards are able to deliver higher 2D and 3D graphics performance and offers features enthusiasts have been waiting for.

 

We already have the HD 3870 version on our test bench and we will have a review online soon.

 

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