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Walton introduces GeForce 8800GTS 512MB

Let the announcements begin

| Video Cards News | Posted: Dec 11, 2007 8:59 am

Walton Chaintech are first off the blocks with the announcement of their brand spanking new 8800GTS 512MB graphics card based on the new and improved G92 core. You have seen the benchmark results previously her at TweakTown and now they are up for grabs.

 

The GAE88GTS 512MB is equipped with the higher level G92-400 chip in comparison with GeForce 8800GT. The folks at Chaintech reckon what makes this card special is its heavy-duty dual slot cooler and extra shaders on tap for optimizing the cooling performance and for noise reduction.

 


Positioned specifically to target the higher-level enthusiasts' markets, new CHAINTECH GAE88GTS 512MB graphic card comes in with a core clock of 650MHz and 1940 MHz memory clock with GDDR3 memory. It features 128 stream processors that can bring blazing graphics performance with maximum quality for today's most demanding shader model 4.0 games.

 

The card is also born with the latest PureVideo HD technology from NVIDIA, CHAINTECH GAE88GTS 512MB leverages the revolutionary video processing engine to playback the highest quality of HD DVD and Blu-ray movies using lower CPU, besides, it is able to perform at the minimum power consumption, heat and noise. Additionally, CHAINTECH GAE88GTS 512MB comes with PCI Express 2.0 interface which supports for the next generation PC platform. The most realistic gaming effects can also be brought by this card for its utilization of the latest DirectX® 10.1.

 

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