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Thursday, December 08, 2005
XFX Brings GeForce 6800 GS 256MB DDR3 to AGP


Upgrading your PC on an AGP M/B to the latest GF 6800 board now is possible with XFX.

Within a timeframe of about two weeks, the native AGP variant of the XFX GeForce 6800 GS with 256MB DDR3 will be landing on the shores of Europe.

Because the development is still in process, not all details are known yet. The graphics card will be based on all the GF6 features [HDR, SM3, etc] and the actual hardware will utilize:

- NV40 chipset [clock higher as default; soon to be released]
- 256MB DDR memory [clock higher as default; soon to be released]
- DVI OUT
- TV OUT


As you can expect from XFX, the bundled software includes the AI driver system, Coolbits overclocking tool and the highly recommended video editing software, 3D Edit. The software utilizes the full potential of NVIDIAs GPU and releaves the CPU from the rendering load, making it possible to do this real-time.

The hardware bundle includes the S-video cable, DVI connector, manual and the 15-language quick installation guide.

The expected e-tail price will be 249 euros [incl VAT] but might vary a little locally due to influences like VAT.

When the picture and full product sheet are available, we will provide it to you as usual.


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