by March 1, 2008 0 comments



NVIDIA seems to be in a real hurry as they are dishing out cards at the rate
of notes, one after the other loading the market with more and more options.
Each card seems to be better than the previous one and comes at an aggressive
price point. Apart from being over-clocked, a unique feature this card has is
the 4-display output options: Dual DVI along, a HDMI, and a new port called the
display port. Never before we have seen such a card that comes with so many
variants of display ports. This card comes with a new core and a compression
technology which enabled it to attain higher performance gain than any other
card in this range. It also has an improved display adapter which improves the
offloading of all three codacs from CPU completely.
Talking about performance it gave us amazingly high score in all our tests. In
3DMark06 a score of 10707 is extremely high for any budget range card and is
almost close to what we got from ATI Radeon HD3850. Even in our gaming test,
Company of heroes the score of 133 fps is very high, even higher than what we
have got from ATI HD3850 and very close to the 8800GT cards. In Crysis and UT3
too it proved its mettle with high fps. As a replacement of 8600GT this card has
shown very high performance gain and will make life a little tougher for ATI
because of the attractive and tempting price point.

Price: Rs 8,500—9,500 (3 yrs
warranty)
Key Specs: 700 MHz core clock, 2000 MHz Memory Clock, 512 MB of
GDDR3 RAM, Dual link DVI, HDMI, Display Port, HDCP, SLI ready
Contact: Tirupati Enterprise, Kolkata
Tel: 09339207519 email:
www.tirupati.net
SMS Buy 130383 to 56677

Bottomline:
We were boasting of 8800GT so far, but look at this and you’ll forget everything
else, a must grab at this price.

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