Air cooling comes courtesy of a heatsink comprising of high density aluminium fins, teamed with a high efficiency heatpipe and a large copper base. Inno3D also cite the capability of high overclocks in the memory department, due to the inclusion of the 0.8ns Samsung GDDR3 memory modules onboard, which, can theoretically, support memory speeds of 2500MHz.
Inno3D's iteration of the GeForce 8800 Ultra, ships with a core clock speed of 612MHz, complemented by memory speeds of 2160MHz. The shader clock finds itself running at a speed of 1500MHz, whilst the 768MB of onboard memory marries up with the 384-bit memory interface architecture, providing memory bandwidth of 103.7GB/sec.
Also detailed, is the presence of what Inno3D state are solid capacitors, ferrite core chokes and low RDS on the MOSFETs, which deliver an ultra durable power design, together with NVIDIA's NVIO chipset which delivers superior output signal quality.
Two dual-link DVI outputs on the solution, are able to power two VDU's at a resolution of 2560x1600, whilst the solution is built for Windows Vista and of course, features full DirectX 10 and Shader Model 4.0 support, whilst being NVIDIA SLI ready.
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