EVGA Announces New Faster E-GeForce 8800's With ACS³ Cooling

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News <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 05/01/2007
Author: PV5150
Source: EVGA

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OC3D Official Press Release

EVGA, a leading provider of performance computing hardware, today announced the release of their EVGA e-GeForce 8800 GTX KO w/ ACS³ and EVGA 8800 GTS KO w/ ACS³ NVIDIA® technology-based graphics card .

The new 8800GTX KO ACS3, in addition to EVGA's patented ACS3 cooling, is spec'd at an amazing 626MHz core clock with 2.0GHz memory. The 8800GTS is spec'd at a groundbreaking 580MHz core, 1.7GHz memory. These new graphics cards will be available at online retailers at an estimated retail price of of € 699 for the EVGA e-GeForce 8800GTX KO ACS3, and € 549 for the EVGA e-GeForce 8800GTS KO ACS3.

These new cards, in addition to strict in house testing, feature EVGA's exclusive ACS3 cooling which ensures top notch quality, performance and reliability for gamers. This same level of testing and quality allowed Vince "k|ngp|n" Lucido to set the 3DMark 2006 world record at over 24,000 points with a pair of EVGA 8800GTX's and an EVGA 680i mainboard.

"These new EVGA 8800 cards with ACS³ cooling crank up the performance and take gaming to revolutionary levels. EVGA's ACS³ cooling technology aids in the increased performance and reliability of these higher performance EVGA 8800 cards." said Andrew Han, President and CEO of EVGA. In addition to the new ACS3 models, EVGA is also announcing two Superclocked models, with EVGA reference cooling:

EVGA e-GeForce 8800 GTX Superclocked (P/N: 768-P2-E835-AR) is spec'd at 621MHz core clock with 2.0GHz memory.

EVGA e-GeForce 8800 GTS Superclocked (P/N: 640-P2-N825-AR ) is spec'd at 576MHz core clock with 1.7GHz memory.

All EVGA graphics cards come with a limited 10 year warranty

EVGA GTX EVGA GTS

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04-01-2007, 15:05:05

nathan
do you have to buy it with a bit of hardware from overclockers?

04-01-2007, 15:06:08

Kempez
Ye but a £3 mouse will do

I wont get it from them anyway

04-01-2007, 16:19:28

Pyr0
Kemp, i'd have a good read through the eula for vista if poss before deciding on a version
http://www.microsoft.com/about/legal/useterms/default.aspx

OEM licences have never been (legally) transferrable even on XP.
I also heard that OEM versions are more limited when it comes to hardware upgrades *shrug*

OEM licenses still different

It bears repeating, however, the the OEM license that comes with Vista is indeed similar to the Windows XP OEM license in that it forbids any kind of transfer. As we have previously reported, users have nevertheless had success transferring those copies of Windows, but they are technically stepping outside of the bounds of the EULA when doing so.


http://arstechnica.com/news.ars/post/20061102-8140.html

04-01-2007, 16:22:24

nathan

Kemp, i'd have a good read through the eula for vista if poss before deciding on a version
http://www.microsoft.com/about/legal/useterms/default.aspx

OEM licences have never been (legally) transferrable even on XP.
I also heard that OEM versions are more limited when it comes to hardware upgrades *shrug*


http://arstechnica.com/news.ars/post/20061102-8140.html



hmmm, weird, we transfer XP license's through microsoft all the time. Using the control panel > https://eopen.microsoft.com

04-01-2007, 16:25:16

Kempez
Yeah but that's probably retail isn't it?

@Pyr0: ye je know the EULA :)

I want but can't afford the retail right now so next best really...

04-01-2007, 16:35:31

Pyr0
Another option would be to buy an upgrade copy of Vista
They're cheaper than the full retail versions...
The upgrades are regarded as retail versions, but should not be confused with the "Anytime Upgrades" though, as those are treated as OEM versions as far as I can tell.

04-01-2007, 16:40:34

mrapoc
Whats this transferring licenses? Will oem be good enough for me? Just one pc and maybe a format once a year?

04-01-2007, 16:47:50

Pyr0
I would think that OEM would only be useful if you do not upgrade or change hardware often.
With all the changes to my sys, i'm gonna go for either a retail or upgrade copy to try and avoid any complications down the line.

I'm thinking of going for Home Premium, I can't see the point in shelling out for Ultimate at the moment. I don't think anybody (even M$ :p) knows what the "Ultimate Extras" will be yet.
I'll wait a little while tho, and won't be buying on the release date (and it most certainly will not be from OCuk - i'd rather pay more money than shop there again)

04-01-2007, 17:41:15

mrapoc
home premium retail for me then :( I'll be upgrading my gfx card for sure and maybe cpu later on.

04-01-2007, 17:45:59

chudley
Will get the ultimate but not for a while, need money and I am not in a rush as until my whole pc is renewed (less ram)it will not be worth it for me.
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