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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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Last modified on Tuesday, 20 July 2010 13:45
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+1 #1 stylewarrior 2010-07-20 12:07
any prices available already??
 
 
0 #2 jon 2010-07-20 13:17
Looking forward to the surprises that the legendary Hans Wolfram Tismer has to bring under his new TGT brand at Point of View. 8)

It looks like this company will become a GPU brand name I will pay more attention to next time I walk into a Fry's Electronics and ask for an inventory check.
 
 
+1 #3 macblastin 2010-07-20 13:22
EVGA Europe failed miserably when Hans what at the helm so cards backed by him is not something I would be interested in.
 
 
0 #4 demon 2010-07-20 13:26
Not that impressed with the 470 clocks to be honest. My Sparkle 470 has been running with a core clock of 753Mhz for 2 months now and has been rock solid - Temps are around 85-87C..
 
 
+1 #5 Patjuh 2010-07-20 17:05
OT: I am very glad (ofc as Dutchie) POV is becoming a real serious brand now in the gfx card industry on NVidia's party. The clockspeeds are imho impressive and mind that they come with 3 year warranty which is a lot compared to most producers which only get you double (=2 years) warranty on the cards or even the standard 1 year NVidia gives out. Compared to the high-end line of EVGA which has untill now always been a point of measurement for me, I think POV rocks with this new TGT line :D

@ Demon: your 470 may be a good batch and lucky card with such speeds, but I am sure your card doesn't come with 3 years warranty, and what will be the real difference between your card and the 680 core clock of the POV UC, mind that the memory is also clocked at impressive speeds!
 
 
+1 #6 nele 2010-07-20 17:14
Frankly I don't know why they bothered with the 470 at all... TGT could spice things up a bit, good luck guys
 
 
+1 #7 Haberlandt 2010-07-20 17:40
No 465? :P
 
 
-2 #8 blandead 2010-07-20 20:34
Quoting Haberlandt:
No 465? :P


I agree the 465 can overclock much nicer than the 470 and price/performance wise is better. I'm sure hand picked versions of it ultra clocked would be a much better value than a 470
 
 
+1 #9 Opiniator 2010-07-20 22:35
Quoting blandead:
Quoting Haberlandt:
No 465? :P


I agree the 465 can overclock much nicer than the 470 and price/performance wise is better. I'm sure hand picked versions of it ultra clocked would be a much better value than a 470



Problem is that NVIDIA already killed the 465. No use anymore as the 460 is almost reaching the same performance.
 

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