Items tagged with XLR8

PNY expanded its lineup of XLR8 PC Memory by adding new 2133MHz and 1866MHz kits. The 2133MHz DDR3 CAS 10 desktop memory kit is available in 8GB (2 x 4GB) dual channel and 16GB (4 x 4GB) quad channel versions with 9-12-11-27 timings. The 2133MHz DDR3 memory kits feature custom red aluminum heat spreaders designed with fins.  PNY also added 8GB (2 x 4GB) and 16GB (4 x 4GB) DDR3 CAS 9 desktop memory kits in 1866MHz with 9-12-9-27 timings.  These memory kits feature black aluminum heat spreaders.  PNY also launched a 16GB (4 x 4GB) DDR3 CAS 9 desktop memory kit in 1600MHz with... Read more...
PNY today announced it's new all-in-one Liquid Coold Graphics series. Kicking off the new series are a pair of XLR8 GeForce GTX 580 videocards, both of which sport an integrated liquid cooling solution from Asetek that's stupid-simple to install in your case. What separates the two cards is that one of them comes with an additional CPU block. "Designed to increase performance while reducing noise and temperature, PNY’s Liquid Cooled Graphics offers the fastest factory-overclocked card currently on the market at 857 MHz," said Nicholas Mauro, senior marketing manager, PC components for PNY.... Read more...
If you own a XLR8 GeForce GTX Series graphics card from PNY, the company has some good news for you: It has just extended the standard 1-year out of box warranty to a lifetime warranty. You’ll have to register at PNY.com to get the extended warranty, but that’s a minor tradeoff for what you’ll get in exchange. Check out the press release below for full details on which models qualify and how you can take advantage of the offer. PNY Announces New Lifetime Warranty forXLR8™ GeForce® GTX Series Graphics Cards Parsippany, NJ – August 20, 2009 – PNY Technologies®, Inc. (“PNY”), a global... Read more...
The PNY XLR8 GeForce 9800 GTX OC 512MB Graphics Card Is Available Now Company Offers Three Discounts with Online PurchasePARSIPPANY, N.J. – April 08, 2008 – PNY Technologies®, Inc. today announced that its PNY XLR8™ GeForce® 9800 GTX OC 512MB PCI-e 2.0 graphics card is available now for purchase.  Based on the NVIDIA® GeForce 9 Series of GPUs, this overclocked graphics card features 512MB of GDDR3 frame buffer memory, a 725 MHz core clock and 1813 MHz shader clock.  PNY will provide three bonus offers for a limited time when customers purchase its new XLR8 9800 GTX... Read more...
Just in case you just straight to the news this morning, we’re popping in to let you all know that we have just posted a new article here at HotHardware, in which we evaluate the features, performance, and overclockability of PNY’s XLR8 GeForce 8800 GTS 512MB graphics card.  Like other 512MB GTS cards, the PNY XLR8 GeForce 8800 GTS 512MB is based on the recently released 65nm G92 GPU that features a full 128 stream processors and a 256-bit memory interface.  Click the link below and check it out...PNY XLR8 GeForce 8800 GTS 512MB... Read more...
Late last year, NVIDIA released a pair of new 8800-series graphics cards based on their G92 GPU.  The new cards were designed to keep NVIDIA's products at the top of the food chain at their respective price points, while also being a bit more affordable.  The first of the two was the GeForce 8800 GT.  It brought high-end performance to the mainstream crowd mostly due to its 112 stream processor configuration and 65m G92 GPU.  The G92's shrink to 65nm from TSMC's 90nm process used with the G80, brings with it lower power... Read more...
Just in case you're the type who likes to jump right down to the news, we wanted to let you all know that we’ve just posted a new article in which we evaluate the features and performance of PNY’s XLR8 8800 GTX OC.  Here’s a snip from the piece: “The PNY XLR8 8800 GTX OC has a list price of $579.99 and it is one of the more affordable factory overclocked 8800 GTXs currently available. The XL8 has its core, shader, and memory clock frequencies all overclocked at the factory so it's ready to rumble right out of the box. It receives a 100MHz (200MHz effective)... Read more...
When we first took a look at the GeForce 8800 Ultra, back in May, we were left with some mixed feelings. On one hand it was, and still is, the undisputed graphics champ. On the other hand, it didn't introduce any new features and it wasn't a whole lot faster than its significantly cheaper sibling, and former graphics champ, the 8800 GTX. The nearly $250 price delta between the Ultra and the GTX was hard to justify since the Ultra is essentially just an overclocked GTX with a larger cooling apparatus.   Anyone looking for screaming top-end performance that isn't hell-bent on owning the... Read more...