Items tagged with 780

Worthy of Hardware Zone's "Most Value For Money Award", the Palit 7800GT Blitz comes overclocked straight out of the box. Is higher clock speeds and faster memory enough to make it stand up to the 7800GTX though? "The GeForce 7800 GT is a rather mature graphics chipset that has been steadily declining in price so it was about time that someone made improvements to its basic design. Palit has risen to the challenge and fortunately, the customizations that has been done to the Palit 7800GT Blitz fell into the commendable category and not... Read more...
As our good friend Scott over at Tech Report points out in his "TR Awards 2005", both ATi and NVIDIA have been more than capable of earning the infamous "meaty middle digit" award with product launches that equate to nothing more than science projects or noise-makers.  Evidence of this you ask?  Well the GeForce 7800 GTX 512 is scarcer than hen's teeth although NVIDIA launched it in November and the late December release of ATi' Radeon X1800 CrossFire still has yet to produce available stock in the retail channel. Hopefully ATi can react in short order, since clearly... Read more...
A GeForce 7800GT with no fans?  Better make sure that case has plenty of ventilation and a little extra slot space for the cooler on this thing! VR-Zone lit it up and it's typical Asus top-notch stuff.The temperature of the N7800GT under load seems directly related to the airflow of the CPU fan. Those with a weak CPU fan can expect to see higher temperatures than those with a CPU fan that has more airflow. However, users of heatsinks that do not have a fan in the usual position over the CPU heatsink (and under the N7800GT's heatsink, in this case) might want to think twice about getting this... Read more...
While any brand of Nvidia's 7800GTX 512MB can hardly be considered "affordable" by many, the Galaxy GeForce 7800GTX 512MB might come as close to the term as possible. Sporting all the goodness of a 7800GTX 512MB, TweakTown explains why Galaxy's card is a decent buy."The Galaxy graphics card is a fantastic buy for people who just find that they cannot bring themselves to spend over $1000 AUD on a graphics card. There is no doubt that the 7800GTX 512MB is an expensive card and its all good and well ATI saying that the 512MB 7800GTX shouldn't be compared against their 512MB X1800XT but their... Read more...
It looks like by February, NVIDIA is going to lay the 7800GTX 512MB to rest according to CoolTechZone.com.  Quoting "Inside Sources", NVIDIA is planning to kill the 7800GTX 512MB to make room for the next big thing.  Look like they be shifting focus on the next product to compete with ATI's latest and greatest."Well, we've been hearing rumors about this for a while, but we finally heard it from the horse's mouth not too long ago. Recent conversations with insiders at NVIDIA have led us to believe that their top of the line card, the 7800GTX 512MB will be out of production sometime... Read more...
Anandtech has just posted a roundup of GeForce 7800GT cards for your viewing pleasure. Without question, this is easily one of the most popular graphics cards on the market right now thanks to some impressive out of the box performance and stellar overclocking ability. To find out which cards caught their attention, follow the link and find out.We really can't say enough about the 7800 GT. It has proven itself over and over as a top performer among the ranks of 3d graphics solutions. Anyone lucky enough to own one of these cards will attest to its capability of handling any of the most demanding... Read more...
My good friend Jonathan Martini at nV News has just posted his thoughts on MSI's NX7800GT-VT2D256E graphics card. Based on the immensely popular GeForce 7800 GT, the MSI card adds a robust bundle and some impressive overclocking results. Overall, those in the market for a high-end graphics card would do themselves a favor by checking out MSI's latest and greatest.  The MSI NX7800GT-VT2D256E is a solid NVIDIA GeForce 7800 GT-based graphics card. While it doesn't stray too far from the reference design, MSI has supplied a diverse software bundle, which includes the acclaimed Chronicles of Riddick... Read more...
The gang at Beyond3D have taken a look at XFX's latest flagship offerings in a review of the company's GeForce 7800 GTX and GeForce 7800 GTX OC cards. With each card offering some exceptional performance and features albeit at slightly different prices, the review helps make the decision whether the extra money spent on the higher-clocked model is a worthwhile investment.Therefore one is left to forgo the faster (albeit fractionally so) model and recommend XFX's standard 7800 GTX as being the one to choose from this review. As an example of such card amongst the competition, it also remains recommended... Read more...
  The big headlines in today's video card related articles almost always come down to seeing double; whether it's two NVIDIA GeForce cards connected in SLI or two ATi Radeons running in CrossFire mode.  Perhaps it's justified in that people always want to see higher framerates and increased performance, regardless of the cost.  Just look back at what they did to our pal, Steve Austin.  When they "rebuilt" the Six Million Dollar man, they didn't just give him the powers of an everyday man.  They made him "faster, stronger, better".  While those kind... Read more...
The Inquirer has managed to get their hands on a new XFX GeForce 7800GTX 512MB graphics card and run it through their suite of benchmarks to see how fast vendors can push NVIDIA's latest flagship core. Armed with an impressive 580MHz core clock and memory running at an insane 1730MHz, it's no wonder Fudo is impressed with the card's performance. Overall, this is certainly an extremely fast and expensive card that warrants your attention if you can foot the bill.The XFX 7800 GTX clocked at 580 MHz core and 1730 MHz memory is by far the fastest card that we ever tested. We just think that you can... Read more...
Anandtech has stopped teasing us with news bits and previews and finally shows us all a full review of the unreleased (and unannounced) GeForce 7800 GS. Positioned to be less than $300, this could very well be the mainstream performance card to have this holiday season. That is, if the card is released in time or even released at all.Let us preface this conclusion with a reminder that we have not been briefed on this part by NVIDIA. While we have seen internal roadmaps pointing to the 7800 GS, we still don't have any confirmation from the source on it. We don't have absolute certainty that this... Read more...
The gang at Anandtech have stumbled across a new product from NVIDIA called the GeForce 7800GS. As one might imagine, this card is looking to be a potent mainstream offering with excellent performance and a very reasonable price. Hopefully, this is a product we'll see in time for the holidays.The card we benchmarked came with a 375MHz core clock and a 1000MHz memory clock. Even with an entire quad disabled, our internal testing proved that the card was ample competition for ATI's X1800XL. Currently, we are working on enabling the disabled quad and/or overclocking the 7800GS up to 7800GT and GTX... Read more...
Well folks, it's time for a release of all the 7800GTX 512MB reviews that have been piling up in our box. Also, Josh Walrath from Penstarsys.com has taken a different approach to covering the GeForce 7800GTX 512MB with his "Creating the 512MB 7800 GTX: Behind the Scenes" article. Enjoy! GeForce 7800GTX 512MB Roundup: Techwarelabs - EVGA Motherboard.org - XFX Avault - XFX PC Persective Beyond3D AMD Zone Bjorn3D The Tech Report [H]ard|OCP t-break X-Bit labs FiringSquad  ... Read more...
With the release of Nvidia's new GeForce 7800GTX 512MB cards, there was bound to be some record breaking. VR-Zone has gone to great lengths to set a new 3DMark 05 record, using massive overclocks made possible by some hardcore cooling. We have done some overclocking tests on the new GeForce 7800GTX 512MB cards and we managed to hit 13400 on a single card with astonishing 810/2000MHz clock speeds. On the SLI front, we broke the mighty 18K barrier with a score of 18236. We put these cards under extreme cooling of below -90 degrees celcius with our... Read more...
Prev 1 2 3 4 5 Next ... Last