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Friday, 14 December 2007 00:58

MSI NX8800 GTS-G92 is the fastest G92 GTS shipped

Written by Fudzilla staff

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Out of the box


You cannot even imagine our surprise when we learned that this time around MSI has shipped the fastest out-of-the-box overclocked G92 GTS card. MSI beat XFX, EVGA, Gainward, BFG and all the other famous overclocker brands, as none of the other Nvidia partners were even close to 700MHz core for the GTS.

MSI dared to go for 730MHz out-of-the-box, making its card definitely the fastest one around. There may be some who will dare to go even higher, as the GTS cooler keeps the card running cool, which we proved in our recent review of this card, but if you are not sure about that, you can check out our review here.

Currently the card sells for US$385 and it is available at newegg here. Well done, MSI.

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