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Tuesday, 20 July 2010 11:36

Point of View rolls out its TGT series

Written by Slobodan Simic
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First eight cards are pretty fast


We already wrote about Point of View's TGT cards backed by the legendary Hans Wolfram Tismer, and now we can share some info regarding the first eight cards that will be rolling out under the TGT brand. For starters, TGT will offer a total of eight cards or simply four different GPUs tuned to work in two versions, dubbed Charged and Ultra Charged.

Bear in mind that all of these cards are hand selected, tuned, carefully tested to work even beyond the rated overclocking settings, and backed by a 3 year warranty. The POV/TGT Charged version will be a factory overclocked card with speeds that already look quite fast, while the POV/TGT Ultra Charged are only selected cards that can reach top speeds with the standard cooler.

The POV/TGT team is also working on a water cooled edition which should come sooner or later. The first eight models include GTX 460 768 and 1024MB graphics cards, GTX 470 based and GTX 480 based cards, all factory overclocked.

Here is the full list of cards including the clocks.

TGT-460-A2-768-C GTX460-768MB Charged Core 780MHz/Memory 3800MHz
TGT-460-A2-768-UC GTX460-768MB Ultra Charged Core 820MHz / Memory 4000MHz

TGT-460-A2-1024-C GTX460-1024MB    Charged    Core 780MHz / Memory 3800MHz
TGT-460-A2-1024-UC GTX460-1024MB Ultra Charged Core 820MHz / Memory 4000MHz

TGT-470-A1-1280-C GTX470-1280MB    Charged    Core 650MHz / Memory 3500MHz
TGT-470-A1-1280-UC GTX470-1280MB Ultra Charged Core 680MHz / Memory 3500MHz

TGT-480-A1-1536-C GTX480-1536MB    Charged    Core 730MHz / Memory 3800MHz
TGT-480-A1-1536-UC GTX480-1536MB Ultra Charged Core 760MHz / Memory 3800MHz

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