Nvidia GeForce 8800GT "Best card for Crysis"

On Monday, Nvidia launched the GeForce 8800GT, designed as a lower-cost alternative to the company's other cards. The cards are designed to be priced at between $199 and $259, Nvidia said. From a technical perspective, the PCI Express 2.0 card includes 112 stream processors, each individually clocked at 1.5 GHz. A 256-bit memory interface running […]

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On Monday, Nvidia launched the GeForce 8800GT, designed as a lower-cost alternative to the company's other cards.

The cards are designed to be priced at between $199 and $259, Nvidia said.

From a technical perspective, the PCI Express 2.0 card includes 112 stream processors, each individually clocked at 1.5 GHz. A 256-bit memory interface running at 900 MHz. It also includes Nvidia's second-generation video processing engine.

"When we introduced the GeForce 8 Series family, our most savvy customers and press demanded a product with 64 stream processors and a 256-bit memory interface to deliver more performance at the popular $199 to $259 price point," said Ujesh Desai, general manager of GeForce desktop GPUs at Nvidia, in a statement. "Today we decided to raise the bar and deliver GeForce 8800 GT with 112 stream processors, a fast 256-bit memory interface, and our second-generation PureVideo HD technology, giving our customers an incredible value proposition." "At this price point, gamers are getting more performance and features than ever before."

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