Gainward Announces BLISS 7950GT 512MB And 7950GT 256MB Golden Sample

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Gainward 7950GS

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Gainward have announced the two latest models in its product lineup, the 7950GT 512MB and 7950GT 256MB versions. The 7950GT 512MB features  512MB of carefully selected and qualified 1,4ns high performing DDR3 modules, it is based on the latest NVIDIA 7900GS graphics processor offering 550MHz core and a 700 (DDR1400) MHz memory clock. The specifications are listed below:

Specifications:
Core Clock (MHz) 550
Memory Clock (MHz) 700 (DDR1400)
Memory bandwith (Gb/sec.) 44,8
Fill rate (Billion texels/sec.) 13,2
Pixels per clock (Peak) 24
RAMDAC (MHz) 400

The 7950GT 256MB version features carefully selected and qualified 1,2ns high performing DDR3 modules, it is based on the latest NVIDIA 7900GS graphics processor offering 580+MHz (reference 550MHz) core and a 750+(DDR1500+) MHz (reference 700 "DDR1400" MHZ) memory clock. It's specifications have been included also:

Specifications:
Core Clock (MHz) 580+
Memory Clock (MHz) 750+ (DDR1500+)
Memory bandwith (Gb/sec.) 48+
Fill rate (Billion texels/sec.) 13,92+
Pixels per clock (Peak) 24
RAMDAC (MHz) 400

These cards, which have been designed with Windows Vista in mind, were launched on the 14th of September. They should be available as of now, through Gainward's partner network throughout Europe.

Want more info, head to Gainward's site here

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17-09-2006, 05:49:22

Jim
Check out this months hit/bandwidth stats lads :cool:

17-09-2006, 06:38:58

PV5150
Absolutely awesome stats. It continually astounds me that IDNET give us that amount of bandwidth for free :)

17-09-2006, 07:16:08

Dav0s
wow, what is the diference between the 1st and second images? is one this month and the other total?

17-09-2006, 07:53:17

Jim

wow, what is the diference between the 1st and second images? is one this month and the other total?



Look at the scale. One is hits per month, the other is bandwidth per month.

17-09-2006, 10:54:20

FragTek
Wow damn! Can you post up a table that shows the usage over the last few months?

17-09-2006, 14:59:23

Jim

Wow damn! Can you post up a table that shows the usage over the last few months?



TBH i'ver been a little slack at keeping the results. Last months hits was 2.2m and the month before was 2.0, and before that we was at 1.7m hits -s o its been a healthy increase.
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