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GeForce 8800 Ultra pixellated

Nearly identical PCB, new cooler developed
Thu Apr 26 2007, 13:09
NVIDIA WILL REVEAL a new member of G80 product family in May, with hacks being flown to the USA for a traditional Editor's Day.

Due to our refusal to sign NDA's - especially those non-product-based, general corporate ones - and insisting on Gentlemans' Agreement policy, we are of course not invited. And we do not mind.

It is up to Nvidia's bunny team to decide which statement is right: "The INQUIRER does not make for our sales because of your target demographic." Or "Why did you run the 'G84/86 delayed' story? Our sales guys are crying that the story ruins our sales." These statements were split by a five minute gap, issuing from the very same gullet.

Anyway, enough of the rant, here is a picture of a product which will be hitting the review sites very soon, with retail availability at the same time as Radeon HD2900XT's arrival.

As you can see, the 8800GTX cooler received a small height bump, and the card now cools the analogue power regulation as well...
Specs can be found using our complementary L'INQ. Kudos to Peter, our reader for snapping this one. µ

Preliminary specs of the card


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