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Friday, 25 May 2007 12:38

PNY to release overclocked 8800 Ultra

Written by Slobodan Simic
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The XLR8 8800 Ultra

 

PNY is yet another partner that will release an overclocked 8800 Ultra card.

This one comes as a representative of PNY's XLR8 series, and the cooler looks like the reference one, just without that large plastic cover. The cooler is painted black with gold stripes and has a gold XLR8 logo on it.

The card will end up clocked at 648MHz for the core and 2.2GHz for the memory, we really expected more. The shaders are working at 1,512MHz which is just 12MHz higher than the reference clock, PNY should have stuck to the reference speeds. With these clocks, the card won't be much faster than the reference ones.

Rated price according to PNY's web site will be $879.99. You can check out more on PNY's web site.



 

Last modified on Friday, 25 May 2007 16:26

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