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Thursday, March 02, 2006
XFX 7800GTX

2. A Closer Look

The XFX 7800 GTX is SLI enabled, which means that if you add a second card, it can work in SLI mode, giving theoretically, twice the performance.

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According to XFX, the specific cooling system is twice as quiet and cool as the competition's.

Closer look at the card's fan...

The XFX 7800 GTX offers dual DVI-I connections and an S-Video in/out connection...

There's also a a PCI-E power connector (photo below).

The next page gives details of our testbed system.




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