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Inno3D gets in the game with overclocked GeForce 8800 Ultra

by Tarinder Sandhu on 5 June 2007, 12:35

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Computex 2007 Inno3D has recently branched out, beginning to cater to the enthusiast with its iChiLL series of graphics cards. We took a look at its GeForce 7900 GS here.

Patently, it's wanted to offer more to the enthusiast, with high-end cards pre-modified with ARCTIC COOLING HSFs. The innate problem is that the GeForce 8800 Ultra, pictured above, is made on behalf of NVIDIA, meaning that very few partners will deviate from the (capable) reference design.

[advert]Inno3D has followed the likes of XFX and eVGA and launched an overclocked Ultra. This clocks in at 640MHz core and 2280MHz memory (shader clocks unknown), up from the default 612/2160 clocking.

Worth it? Probably not for the vast majority of folks. The world's fastest consumer GPU, yes, but its ~Ā£500 retail price is painful.

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