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Friday, 11 May 2007 22:30

First 8600 GTS 512 MB pictured

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Preview: In da house

We just got the Gainward 8600 GTS 512 MB card that we wrote about here. The full name of the card is Gainward BLISS Geforce 8600 GTS, 512MB GDDR3, 2x DVI, TV-out, PCIe.

This is the first 8600 GTS card to use 512 MB of memory and it has eight Samsung K4J52324QE-BJ1A chips with a maximal frequency of 2000 MHz effectivly. You can check more about the memory here.

The card has a Gainward dual slot trademark cooler and we hope to be able to share some results of the card with you soon. We just wanted to show you that it is real and that it is coming any day now in the European retail.

The core is clocked at 675 MHz and the memory at 2000 MHz. The cheapest one should cost around €230. Here are the pictures.

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