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Monday, December 03, 2007
For a mid level gaming solution that only cost $200.00 it's hard to go wrong with the EVGA 256MB 8800GT. The card is competing head to head with ATI's HD 3870, a card that touts 512MB of DDR4 memory and almost triple the Stream processors so NVIDIA has done something right here. I was pretty impressed with how well this card performed in our standard bench and gaming tests as well as how cool it ran. NVIDIA and eVGA did a spectacular job on the 256MB Edition, its fast enough for most users even in FPS type titles and runs cooler than many of the other cards in its class! This card is definitely a Gamers Gold product that deserves your recognition and your spending money.
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Tuesday, October 30, 2007
Wow, a major price drop and a card that flies's through games without a hiccup, what's there to lose? Overall there is nothing to complain about with EVGA's 8800GT SSC Edition card, and actually quite a lot to be happy with. Being a single slot solution with only one power connection is great in my book, less space, and less power requirements is all around a good thing. With HD and Blu-Ray fighting over the format war of next generation video, NVIDIA's 8 Series of cards are well prepared to handle the task of supporting both of these formats. NVIDIA's Pure Video handles most of the video processing, which offsets the power requirements of the CPU to handle other tasks, and essentially making everything run smoother.
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Thursday, October 11, 2007
EVGA has the best warranty in the motherboard business for the A1 series boards and that is hard to beat from any angle. Most of these NVIDIA chipset motherboards are identical in almost every way except cosmetics so actually any 680i motherboard will be basically the same quality. This board Overclocked very well, and with the right Intel CPU and better cooling I am sure much better results could be obtained. The motherboards layout is thought out and works ergonomically in the users favor when building a system, and the onboard on/off buttons are great for overclocking restarts as is the POST ERROR LED,which lets the user know what is having trouble on the system.
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Thursday, September 06, 2007
The most popular graphics card is the GeForce 8800 GTS 320MB. It has an attractive price, and it's not outperformed much by 640 MB models. Today we are going to examine such a card made by EVGA, which works at increased frequencies. Besides, we'll examine the fastest card to date - 8800 Ultra, which is also overlocked. Both cards are outsourced by NVIDIA, so EVGA has nothing to do with their production. But these cards were thoroughly tested by the vendor to select samples able to operate at the increased frequencies. Also the reference coolers have been slightly modified.
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Friday, August 10, 2007
While already a major force in the graphics market, eVGA also produces some fantastic motherboards (their 680i Series of boards are among our favorites). Today HL looks at eVGA's newest offering, the 650i Ultra. Those of you in the market for a board that won't break the bank while offering performance worthy of your new Core 2 Duo processor should definitely check this review out.
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Tuesday, June 19, 2007
There's no doubt EVGA is up against it in this market segment. It may have a silent board with three very useful PCI slots, but it's an unattractive board. The lack of additional extras, aside from automatic graphics card overclocking from a variety of just two graphics cards doesn't fair well in an extremely competitive mainstream marketplace. What EVGA does do right is the bundle in the box, if that's important to you: EVGA has certainly got it right that's for sure. The boards it produces have a great warranty (on the condition you register), price and super solid, overclocking friendly motherboard. But it's all at the cost of other essential differentiating features and core performance.
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Monday, June 18, 2007
If you are not looking for the highest-end GPU on the market but still want one with great performance at an even better price, the 7900 GS might be right up your alley. It fell slightly behind a 7900 GT, but has the overclocking headroom to make up for it.
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Tuesday, June 12, 2007
Arguably NVIDIA didn't need GeForce 8800 Ultra at all - the Radeon HD 2900 XT failed even to answer the performance question posed by GeForce 8800 GTS. So what do NVIDIA's partners do with 8800 Ultra when faced with that reality? Why, they overclock it, of course, and we're taking a close look at one example, the 520 eVGA 8800 Ultra KO.
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Monday, June 11, 2007
eVGA has released numerous motherboards in the past two years, but we are going to take a look at their most recent top offering, the nForce 680i SLI. Coming from a company who knows how to cater to enthusiasts, will the board leave us impressed like their graphics cards do?
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Friday, June 01, 2007
The card we're testing is not a basic reference model, it's EVGA's top of the line part, the 8800 Ultra Superclocked. This is one of the fastest cards on the market, with yet further increases in clock speeds -- 650MHz on the core, and 2250MHz on the memory, so let's see if these extra clocks are worth the extra cash over the price of a GTX.
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Thursday, May 31, 2007
Getting back to EVGA's card and bundle, we think that it's a good product, but it's priced out of the grasp of most early adopters, nevermind the enthusiasts that regularly read bit-tech. It just doesn't offer enough value for money over EVGA's e-GeForce 8800 GTX Superclocked card, which is over 100 cheaper. This isn't uncommon for products based on Nvidia's GeForce 8800 Ultra GPU though, because the initial cards clocked at reference speeds were priced well out of the market too.
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Friday, May 25, 2007
For those that don't know, the performance graphics card market is dominated by two rivals; ATI and nVidia. These two companies constantly play the game of "One Upmanship" with each other and recently it has been no different. As ATI released - after much delay - their HD 2900 series of cards, Nvidia brought to the market a hugely overclocked 8800GTX card, known as the Ultra. This card promised monster performance that would keep Nvidia as the performance king for that bit longer. Today I have the Superclocked version of this card from EVGA; lets see how it does.
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Friday, May 04, 2007
The eVGA 650i Ultra 775 A1 motherboard amazed us throughout the testing process here at Legit Reviews. It is hard to fathom how good a board you can actually get at the price that this board will be selling at. At the moment, we have been able to find the board at Newegg for $99 after rebate. That is just incredible! This little dynamo finds itself being priced where nothing else in the budget category will be able to stack up against it...
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Wednesday, May 02, 2007
The EVGA 7600 GS 512MB represents a great value in add-in card graphics with a good gaming experience, great warranty, excellent build quality, and the option to upgrade the card within 3 months if you feel the need...
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Friday, April 20, 2007
Running the two cards in SLI mode is a bit of a mixed bag. Not every application supports higher performance with SLI mode and this can be seen in the NFS:Carbon scores. I had a bit of an issue with Quake 4 pausing causing inconsistent scores where it should have a performance increase. When SLI is enabled and works with an application (3Dmark, Oblivion, Dark Messiah Might and Magic etc.) it works well, with clearly defined performance increases over a single 8600GTS card. NVIDIA set the standard with their 6600GT and 7600GT cards, and by the measure of performance in the mid-range of the new generation being higher than the previous generation?s high-end part, the 8600GTS and 8600GT fail. Today the best bet for price/performance ratio is the 8800GTS 320MB, as it is available online for $269.99 (note I have refrained from including mail-in rebates on all prices as it would make it even more competitive price range wise
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