Subject: Graphics Cards | December 12, 2007 - 01:48 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
If you don't think you have found out everything you can possibly know about the new 8800GTS, or want to see how different vendors handled this new card, check out the Tech Report's review of the EVGA 8800GTS. The SLI testing they did offers even more confusion into nVIDIA's naming scheme, as now we have a GTS model that can outperform GTX cards, and GT that can out perform the older GTS. Just try figuring out which card you need, can afford, and most of call ... can actually find for sale.
Subject: Graphics Cards | December 11, 2007 - 12:23 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The already confusing suffixes on nVIDIA's video cards got even more confusing with the release of a GT that out performed the GTS model. Usually they run GT --> GTS -->GTX --> Ultra, but with the switch to G92 the GT outperformed the GTS, except when the extra memory of the GTS can be utilized. The new G92 8800GTS has trimmed the memory down from 640MBs to the more usual 512MBs as well as some other nice speed improvements that placed it in it's proper spot in [H]ard|OCP'
Subject: Graphics Cards | December 11, 2007 - 11:16 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
FREMONT, CA (December 11, 2007) - ASUS, worldwide leader in component and notebook design and manufacturing, today released the world's first overclocked graphics cards based on NVIDIA's highly anticipated GeForce 8800GTS 512 graphics processing unit (GPU) - the EN8800GTS TOP/HTDP/512M and the EN8800GTS/HTDP/512M. With overclocked stream processors, the EN8800GTS TOP gives users a 7% boost in performance, creating a feature-rich DirectX 10 gaming and multimedia playback experience.
G92 Gets an Upgrade
NVIDIA is following up the wildly popular 8800 GT with a revised 8800 GTS model that has 512MB of memory, 128 stream processors and core and SP speeds higher than an 8800 GTX or Ultra. Don't know what that means? It's fast!
Subject: Graphics Cards | December 6, 2007 - 11:44 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
FREMONT, CA (December 6, 2007) - ASUS, worldwide leader in component and notebook design and manufacturing, today released the world's first EN8800GT graphics card with 1GB of Qimonda memory: The EN8800GT/HTDP/1G. Rocking NVIDIA'S latest generation Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) and an unparalleled amount of memory, this card is designed to provide a feature-rich DirectX 10 gaming and multimedia playback experience at ultra-high resolutions and maximum quality settings.
Subject: Graphics Cards | December 4, 2007 - 06:01 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
With all of the news surrounding AMD's release of ATI chip specifications, and the growth of open ATI drivers, you might think that nVIDIA cards are lagging behind. This is not the case, as you can read about on Phoronix as they look at the newest beta driver for Linux released by nVIDIA. Check out their results from XRender.
Subject: Graphics Cards | November 30, 2007 - 02:53 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
For the reasons laid out in the beginning of the AnandTech article, the idea of a silently cooled 8800GT seems preposterous, die shrink or not. The mind pictures a one slot card with a 3 slot passive cooler and heatpipes that extend beyond your case. As it turns out, this card really isn't that large, and while the temperatures do go well over 100C, the card exhibited no errors after a Crysis torture test.
The EVGA KO Edition Card
The GeForce 8800 GT is one of the most successful graphics chips in recent memory as it was able to marry high speed and low costs. Now if only you could find one! But if you do, how about any overclocked model like this one from EVGA?!
Subject: Graphics Cards | November 29, 2007 - 12:19 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The new 8800GTS, the 512MB G92 version appeared on TweakTown's doorstep, begging to be tested. This is the second revision of the 8800GTS, released after the 8800GT that destroyed the first GTS revision in performance and especially on price. Unfortunately you shouldn't expect this new revision to work in SLI with your original series GTS.