Foxconn Release Their GeForce® 8800GTS 320MB (Overclocked)

"FOXCONN now offers a new flavour in the GeForce® 8800 Series – the Foxconn GeForce® 8800GTS 320MB and 320MB (overclocked). Read on to find out more..."

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News <script type="text/javascript" src=""></script> Posted 13/02/07
Author: PV5150
Source: Foxconn

Official Press Release

Official Press Release

As a global leader in extreme visual graphics technology, FOXCONN now offers a new flavor in the GeForce® 8800 Series – the Foxconn GeForce® 8800GTS 320MB and 320MB (overclocked). Designed for the enthusiast gaming segment, demanding enthusiasts can finally enjoy the true graphics performance and realism at an unprecedented levels, without emptying their wallet.

Powered by NVIDIA® SLI™-Ready flagship GeForce® 8800 GTS GPU, FOXCONN 8800GTS 320MB and 320MB (overclocked) are ready to rock and roll! With the standard Foxconn 8800GTS 320MB, you can already hear the card begging you for more. With the “extra speed boost” on the 320MB overclocked version, you will be sure to wipe your serious gaming competitors off the picture. With hundreds of dedicated hours from the Foxconn R&D team, the Foxconn 8800GTS 320MB (overclocked) is custom-tuned to deliver a significantly better performance*, even with the stock cooling system.

Every Foxconn 8800GTS 320MB and 320MB (overclocked) graphics card come bundled with two great software titles (Restore IT 7.0 and Virtual Drive Pro 10.0) - along with a FOXCONN proprietary USB Game Pad Controller that should make your neighbours turn green with envy - until they rush out and buy one themselves. These bundles retail more than $170.00 when acquired separately.

Foxconn offers a 2-year manufacturer warranty on all the video cards products, with a 1st year real-time replacement policy. We make sure every customer’s investment is well under protection. For details please refer to

For residents of the UK, the retail price should be around GBP210 ex VAT

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12-02-2007, 17:20:15

PP Mguire
Pretty much over here, it is :(

12-02-2007, 17:21:56

It is crazy long, but it looks like you can plug a 6 pin power connector into the 8 pin, notice the wide ramp area on the top.

12-02-2007, 17:22:03

damn that is one hell of a big card:eek:

12-02-2007, 17:25:50

Mr. Popo
Size does matter (People who say otherwise, have a small one.).

12-02-2007, 17:36:14

just a link i found

12-02-2007, 17:55:49

Mr. Popo

just a link i found

1. It's not old, it's ancient.
2. It was proven to be fake.

12-02-2007, 18:20:15


12-02-2007, 18:54:50

Mr. Popo


I didn't mean to be offensive, sorry.

12-02-2007, 19:01:04

sweet, I have a big enough case for this puppy, but I hafta wait a little longer for it to be released and b4 I upgrade.

12-02-2007, 19:10:47


I didn't mean to be offensive, sorry.

np i didn't see the date

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