eVGA 7800GS CO SuperClocked - High end AGP VideoCard

Videocards/VGA Reviews by Cornerjack @ 2006-05-22

Is AGP dead? Not yet according to nVidia and eVGA and we applaud their stubbornness. The 7800GS from eVGA we are testing today has an upgraded cooling solution and comes at SuperClocked speeds, way beyond those specified by the reference design. Can this video card give your aging AGP system a boost? Let´s find out. eVGA 7800GS CO SuperClocked - High end AGP Video Card Review

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In the Box & Specifications

In the box

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Inside the box you’ll find everything needed to get this card installed and hook it up to a variety of hardware. If you’re expecting a bundled game, you might be disappointed, eVGA is all about best performance for your money, no games inside the box.

  • DVI>VGA Connector
  • Installation CD and Manual
  • S- Video Cable
  • Y-splitter molex cable for the power plug
  • A couple of eVGA stickers and a warranty card you need to fill out.. in order to get your warranty set up.

    eVGA Geforce 7800GS CO SuperClocked Specifications

  • 256-Bit 7800GS Chipset (460Mhz)
  • AGP 4x/8x Compatible (AGP 3.0)
  • 256Mb 256-Bit 1.4ns (8x32Mb) GDDR3 Memory (675Mhz, 1.35Mhz effective)
  • 43.2 Gb Per second memory Bandwidth
  • Integrated nVidia TV encoder (S-Video)
  • PC99 DB-15 Analog connector (VESA DDC2B + DPMS)
  • DVI-I Connector for Analog/Digital Display

    The reference nVidia design specifies GPU clock speed at 375Mhz and memory speed at 1200Mhz, so there’s quite an increase here with the eVGA SuperClocked version.

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    eVGA equips their card with a powerful heatsink, a large 55mm fan blows the air over the aluminum fins, a copper insert is situated over the GPU core.the backside memory chips are cooled by this plate:

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