NVIDIA 8800 GTX, 8800 GTS, 8800 GTS 320MB, 7600 GT Fatal1ty, 8600 GTS & 8600 GT

Posted: Apr 19 2007, 10:57am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:35am CDT, in Hardware & Peripherals


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NVIDIA 8800 GTX, 8800 GTS, 8800 GTS 320MB, 7600 GT Fatal1ty, 8600 GTS & 8600 GT

We cover lots of NVIDIA graphics cards around here and have been for a long while now. With all the reviews spread about the site I thought with the release of the new NVIDIA 8600 GTS, NVIDIA 8600 GT and the older reviews of the NVIDIA 8800 GTS 320MB, NVIDIA 8800 GTS, and NVIDIA 8800 GTX that it would make things easier to have one page that linked out to all the NVIDIA video card review goodness we have here on I4U.

I will start with the oldest NVIDIA review that I did back when I first started writing with I4U of the NVIDIA 8800 GTX from XFX. This is the card that started the DirectX 10 hardware movement. The card we looked at here was a stock clocked XFX 8800 GTX and it certainly had revolutionary performance.

A bit later I got my hands on the 8800 GTX video card from Foxconn which also ran the stock NVIDIA reference clock speeds for the 8800 GTX series. Not too long after the original XFX 8800 GTX video card review I was able to get my hands on a second stock clocked 8800 GTX from XFX to get some 8800 GTX SLI performance numbers, and they were fantastic.It wasn’t long after the launch of the 8800 GTX series till NVIDIA finally took the cuffs off the card partners and let them overclock the already ferocious 8800 GTX video cards and the factory overclocked versions began trickling onto the market. The first overclocked 8800 GTX I received was the XFX 8800 GTX XXX, which was and is the king of the hill when it comes to 8800 GTX performance.

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