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Inno3D GeForce 8800GT OC 512MB - The Package

Inno3D's 8800GT OC sets itself apart from stock models with its higher clocks, but is it deserving of the price premium?

| NVIDIA GeForce GPU in Video Cards | Posted: Dec 10, 2007 5:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 90%      Manufacturer: Inno3D

The Package

 

This is the first Inno3D card that we've seen which isn't a part of the iChill series. The front of the box shows us a pretty standard kind of setup as far as name, brand and model go. The bottom right corner mentions the card is PCI-E and comes with DDR3 memory.

 

 

The top of the card has a little sticker that mentions the word overclock, and towards the bottom we see that Tomb Raider Anniversary is included in the bundle. We can also see a ring like picture in the middle which has the roman numerals for "8" "8" which is pretty cool.

 

 

The back of the box is much of the same old with just an expansion of details on what the card can do along with where it sits in the market against the other NVIDIA based chipsets.

 

 

Moving inside the box we have an Installation Kit which comes with a driver CD along with some information on setting the card up. Apart from this we also have a copy of Tomb Raider Anniversary as we saw mentioned on the front of the box.

 

 

The cable department is all pretty standard; a DVI to VGA connector, Molex to PCI Express, S-Video to Component and S-Video to RCA.

 

The package isn't too out of the ordinary and it was nice to see the inclusion of a full version game.

 

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