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The 8800 GT, codenamed G92, was released on October 29, 2007. The card is the first to transition to 65 nm process, and supports PCI-Express 2.0.[11] It has a single-slot cooler as opposed to the double slot cooler on the 8800 GTS and GTX, and uses less power than GTS and GTX due to its 65 nm process. While its core processing power is comparable to that of the GTX, the 256-bit memory interface and the 512 MB of GDDR3 memory often hinders its performance at very high resolutions and graphics settings. The 8800 GT, unlike other 8800 cards, is equipped with the PureVideo 2 engine for GPU assisted decoding of the H.264 and VC-1 codecs. Performance benchmarks at stock speeds place it above the 8800GTS (640MB and 320MB versions) and slightly below the 8800GTX. A 256MB version of the 8800GT which lower stock memory speeds (1.4 GHz as opposed to 1.8 GHz) but with the same core is also available.
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review by . September 28, 2008
Well I purchased this guy around mid year (2008) and it was mainly for playing WoW.  I got it for around 140 bux off newegg after rebates and everything.  So far, Its running pretty smoothly on medium settings.  I'm getting about 60 fps normally and it only drops to 30fps when i'm in town with a lot of other players running around.  I was curious to see how it would do for the most graphics intensive game out there at the time, Crysis, so I borrowed my friends copy and set …
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