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Old 8th February 2007, 19:45   #1
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Default eVGA 8800 GTX ACS3 runs quiet and cool

Quieter, cooler and faster, factory overclocked G80 are amongst us:

"EVGA promised it would deliver overclocked cards and it recently fulfilled the promise. The reference Geforce 8800 GTX works at 575MHz/1600MHz and ends up to be rather hot. With the new cooler EVGA managed to push the clocks to 626MHz core and 2000MHz memory. You have to bear in mind that we are talking about GDDR 3 memory with a 384-bit memory interface and 2GHz is quite an achievement.

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