RegHardware reviews the NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GTX graphics module. The GTX boasts a “G80” processing core (575-MHz), 768MB of GDDR3 (900-MHz) memory, 86GB/s memory bandwidth, 384-bit memory bus, 128 unified shaders @ 1350-MHz, and a 38.4-billion pixels per second “theoretical fill rate.” Here’s the bottom line:

We know that only a handful of enthusiasts will spend £25 shy of £500 on a graphics card these days but that shouldn’t detract from the power of Nvidia’s GeForce 8800 GTX. It’s deeply impressive and we can’t wait for this new technology to trickle down to a more mass-market price point

[via RegHardware]

RegHardware reviews the NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GTX graphics module. The GTX boasts a “G80” processing core (575-MHz), 768MB of GDDR3 (900-MHz) memory, 86GB/s memory bandwidth, 384-bit memory bus, 128 unified shaders @ 1350-MHz, and a 38.4-billion pixels per second “theoretical fill rate.” Here’s the bottom line:

We know that only a handful of enthusiasts will spend £25 shy of £500 on a graphics card these days but that shouldn’t detract from the power of Nvidia’s GeForce 8800 GTX. It’s deeply impressive and we can’t wait for this new technology to trickle down to a more mass-market price point

[via RegHardware]