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Thursday, 03 May 2007 00:17

XFX prelaunches Crysis and UT3

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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And releases 8800 Ultra

 

XFX made some noise about its Geforce 8800 Ultra card and said that you get unparalleled graphics realism and film-quality effects when you play the most popular games out there today, including Crysis™; Age of Conan, Hyborian Adventures; Hellgate™: London; Company of Heroes; World in Conflict™ and Unreal Tournament® 3.

It is cool if you can play these games, as we can not as they are simply not out. All of them runs great with Nvidia's 128 parallel processors and DirectX 10 marchitecture.

The card at reference clock is about 10 per cent faster than the Geforce 8800 GTX at default clock, but we expect that XFX will overclock the Ultra to more than 612 MHz as it has already done this with it's GTX cards.

The first card runs at default speed, but the Ultra XXX will run even faster. You can get the specs of the reference card here.


 

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