XFX Geforce 8800GTS 320 Fatal1ty Video Card Review

Videocards/VGA Reviews by geoffrey @ 2007-10-30

This XFX Fatal1ty product is based on the Geforce 8800 GTS 320Mb, it comes with increases clockspeeds, going higher than any other GTS 320 on the market. We compare its performance to reference design in different games including Call of Duty 4, Unreal Tournament 3 and many others.

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XFX Fatal1ty 8800GTS 320Mb: Inside the box

XFX Fatal1ty 8800GTS 320Mb: Inside the box

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The Fatal1ty 8800GTS comes in the traditional black and red colors with the face of Jonathan "Fatal1ty" Wendel all over it. Looking familiar to us, let's have a quick peal inside:

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What's inside?

  • XFX Fatal1ty GeForce 8800GTS 320Mb
  • DVI -> VGA connector
  • S-Video cable
  • Driver CD and manual
  • Full PC Game: Lost Planet
  • XFX door sign

    Ordinary package content, still one of the most positive additions here is the top selling PC game Lost Planet which you get absolutely for free, not every vendor offers such extra's with their 8800GTS cards. The door sign didn't really draw my attention, although the younger Madshrimps reader actually might find this a cool gadget to have hanging on their gaming room.


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  • NVIDIA 90nm G80-A3 core
    - core clock: 650MHz
    - shader clock: 1500MHz
  • Samsung 320Mb (10x32Mb) GDDR3 with 320 bit interface
    - Memory clock: 2000MHz
  • active heat pipe cooler, dual slot solution
  • Dual Link DVI
  • Integrated HDTV decoder
  • TV-out
  • SLI ready
  • PCI-Express 16x
  • Dimensions: 23cm x 11cm

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    The card itself look like any another 8800GTS, XFX is using NVIDIA reference design PCB and also reference cooling (which is far from bad) with custom red sticker with the XFX Fatal1ty logo.

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