This is a fantastic day for PC gamers around the world, XFX and NVIDIA are launching the new 8800 GTX graphics card that is fully DirectX 10 compatible and owns all the benchmark records for current generation DirectX 9 games as well.
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This one single 8800 GTX card outperforms every other graphics card on the current market, and even outperforms the dual graphics card solutions from both NVIDIA and ATI that are currently available. One 8800 GTX outperforms NVIDIA's own 7950 GX2 in quad SLI mode. And don't even worry about the problems we reported previously with the 8800 GTX, NVIDIA has taken care of any problems with the cards already.Review excerpt: "The new NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GTX is the first graphics card from NVIDIA to utilize a unified shader design. The 8800 GTX GPU has 128 individual stream processors running at 1.35 GHz. Each of these individual stream processors is capable of being dynamically allocated to one of four different uses; vertex, pixel, geometry or physics operations." Read the full review to see what the new 8800 GTX is doing for the world of PC gaming.