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Monday, February 13, 2006
XFX 6800GS

3. A Closer look

The card layout might look familiar to 6800GT owners. The fan looks pretty cool with the XFX/nVidia animal cartoon. The fan’s rotation speed changes according to the temperature of the chipset, making the card even quieter when extra cooling is not necessary when running less graphics intensive applications.

The XFX 6800GS offers a DVI-I analog output, a standard VGA output and a TV-out S-Video connection.

On the back, you will find the standard PCI-E power connector and the usual array of capacitors and transistors.

Of course, the card is SLI compatible. That means, by adding a second 6800GS card, you can have even better performance.




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