trustedreviews.com: In this case, going from the GTX to a GTS means a price reduction of close to ?150. By moving from the GTX to the GTS, we see a drop in the number of stream processors from 128 to 96. These are also running at a slower frequency of 1.2GHz, compared to the 1.35GHz of the GTX. We also see a drop in the number of pixel output engines, from 24 to 20. This drop in pixel throughput should only really be an issue at very high resolutions.
legitreviews.com: NVIDIA really came to play with the 8800 GTX and in SLI you can bet that just about anything you can throw at them will run as smooth as silk. I spent several days with the cards in my own system trying to find something that could bring them to their knees and only found a couple of games that did just that. While not a wildly popular title, Marvel Ultimate Alliance can absolutely kill a single 8800 GTX at just 1920x1200 with Dynamic Lighting enabled. Throw in some AA and you have a card that is just able to keep the frame rates playable.
hothardware.com: XFX's GeForce 8800 GTS 320MB XXX Edition sports higher GPU and memory frequencies, which will give it a marked advantage over "stock" models. In addition, we're also going to be showcasing XFX's flagship GeForce 8 series card here today, the GeForce 8800 GTX XXX Edition. Like the 320MB model, the GTX XXX is clocked much higher than stock. In fact, the XFX GeForce 8800 GTX XXX Edition is the highest clocked air-cooled GTX currently on the market.
legitreviews.com: OCZs debut into the world of video cards makes a splash with the GeForce 8800 GTX. Though it performs great at stock speed the focus on overclocking pays off and the OCZ card lives up to its name, offering the best bang for the buck GeForce 8800 GTX we have had in our test bench yet...
hothardware.com: NVIDIA has officially launched their new high-end 3D Graphics card that has full support for DX10 and Shader Model 4.0. The GeForce 8800 series is fully tested and showcased at HotHardware and its performance is nothing short of impressive. With up to 128 Stream Processors under its hood, up to 86GB/s of memory bandwidth at its disposal and comprised of a whopping 681 million transistors, it's no wonder the new GPU rips up the benchmarks like no tomorrow.
viperlair.com: The 8800 GTX will consume about 125W of power, and NVIDIA recommends at least a 450W power supply and about double if you're going to setup SLI. That said, the latest 8th generation GPUs from NVIDIA is about efficiency as well. Despite going up from 82W (7900GTX) to 125W, their performance per Watt has jumped nearly 100% in synthetic testing. We're still in the process of benchmarking, but we can tell you that performance has increased dramatically.
techpowerup.com: NVIDIA's new G80 GPU is the first to implement DirectX 10 support and Shader Model 4.0. Palit is one of NVIDIA's board partners who is selling the GeForce 8800 GTX. The card comes with 768 MB of video memory and can will run whatever you throw at it at highest resolutions with maximized settings. We test the card against the ATI Radeon X1950 XTX, X1900 Crossfire and the Geforce 7900 GTX.
barrys-rigs-n-reviews.com: ?Revolutionary? is the most over-used word in video card technology. But that changed when NVIDIA unleashed their new GeForce 8800-series video cards. More advanced and powerful than anything else before it, EVGA?s e-GeForce 8800 GTX brings unprecedented performance and visual fidelity to existing DirectX 9 games under Windows XP?and tomorrow?s incredible games under Windows Vista and DirectX 10!
legitreviews.com: When it comes to performing well in today?s current games the XFX 8800 GTS 320MB XXX edition graphics card is no slouch. In some cases, it was very near the class leading 8800 GTX, which speaks volumes about the kind of gaming experience you can expect. I was more than a little skeptical when I first heard that NVIDIA planned to bring a card to market with half the memory size of the standard GTS but I have been thoroughly impressed with the performance of the XXX 320MB card. It delivers exactly where it counts, at resolutions the largest percentage of the market actually games...
guru3d.com: Nothing is a secret anymore in the hardware industry is it ? I think roughly a month ago the first rumors hit the internet already about today's tested product series. It's quite amazing how hard it seems to be to keep information under control. Yes, hello everyone and welcome to the what is supposed to be the easiest review I have ever written ! Easy you ask ? Yeah man .. easy! See, you take the 640 MB model GeForce 8800 GTS, take away half it's memory, lower the price to roughly 300 USD/EUR and that's EXACTLY what the GeForce 8800 320 MB GTS is.
bjorn3d.com: In a continuation from the featured GeForce 8800 series product launch covered by Bjorn3d.com, NVIDIA has added some new spice to the plate with their introduction of a new value-priced GeForce 8800 GTS video card featuring a 320MB video frame buffer. Built on the exact same high performance platform as the previous 640MB version, this new edition to the family offers all of the same great performance at almost half the cost.
bjorn3d.com: Overclocking can take on many forms, and the practice can range from minor product improvements to a re-engineering project which completely alters the product. In this article, I will concentrate my efforts to achieving the most gain with the least amount of effort. Some industry voices have called overclocking a hobby, while others have compared it to product misuse. However, I believe that if you are reading this article, you are probably one of the many computer enthusiasts who believe it is perfectly acceptable to get something more out of a product without it costing more money.
hardwaresecrets.com: The new GeForce 8800 GTS with 320 MB is now the entry model for the new GeForce 8800 series and MSI launched this model, called NX8800GTS-T2D320E-HD OC, which is factory-overclocked. Let?s see the performance of this new release by MSI and compare it to the standard GeForce 8800 GTS with 320 MB and also with other video cards.
hothardware.com: With so many vendors offering G80-based products, it is difficult to determine which company should receive your hard-earned money. To aid in that decision, we'll be taking a look at Foxconn's take on the reference GeForce 8800 GTX. By taking a proven design and adding a solid bundle without adversely effecting cost, it appears as though Foxconn is quickly becoming a viable threat in the GPU vendor market.
benchmarkreviews.com: NVIDIA has added some new spice to the plate with their introduction of a new value-priced GeForce 8800 GTS video card featuring a 320MB video frame buffer. Built on the exact same high performance platform as the previous 640MB version, this new edition to the family offers all of the same great performance at almost half the cost.
xbitlabs.com: A lot of companies do their best to win their spot under the sun in the graphics card market. Although it a pretty hard task to accomplish these days, Foxconn Company decided to give this new business a try. Today we are going to take a closer look at the new graphics solution from this manufacturer and find out how the performance of the flagship Nvidia product has changed with the release of the new driver version.
hexus.net: AMD's Radeon HD 2900 XT launch has come and gone. Our opinion was that whilst it was - and is - good technology, late arrival to market and a relatively high initial price - many etailers were charging almost ??300 for various partner models - meant that NVIDIA's 8800-series was left largely unscathed. G80 remains a fast, balanced GPU.
bit-tech.net: During this years Computex tradeshow we went along to see Zotac, Nvidias latest partner, to find out how it planned to fit into the volatile and somewhat crowded Nvidia graphics card marketplace. There are now 21 official Nvidia partners, so its not going to be easy for Zotac to not only break into the market, but also to get a reasonable portion of the pie. We had a quick glance at some of these during our Computex coverage, but today weve got our first Zotac product in house for some extensive testing.