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Tuesday, 24 April 2007 16:57

Gainward's 8600 GTS/GT goes 512 MB

Written by Slobodan Simic

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First 8600 GTS and GT with 512 MB


Gainward announced two new graphic cards, both based on 8600 GPU. The difference between these new cards and all the other on the market is 512MB of memory.

First one is called BLISS 8600GTS 512MB TV DD based on 8600 GTS. It features 1.0ns memory modules which should end up clocked on 1000 or 1100MHz. 

 

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The second one is BLISS 8600GT 512MB TV DD SilentFX  based on 8600 GT. Still silent but now with 512MB of memory, and still looks good in red. The good thing about this card is that it is pasively cooled. Samples of both cards should be available shortly. 

 

 

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