eVGA has provided nV News with the eVGA e-GeForce 6800GT for our review from
their GeForce 6800 line-up. With the claims of twice as fast as FX series cards
the forums are buzzing with performance gains.
It's the season for the gamer with Doom III released just as I am wrapping up
this review and previews of the expansion pack to Call of Duty, Call of Duty:
United Offensive. Half Life II release is anticipated and I am sure there will
be several more, maybe some unexpected releases before the Christmas holidays.
To increase the tempo NVIDIAs 6800 series video cards are in the limelight and
today we are talking a close gamer's look at the 6800 GT.
The NVIDIA GeForce 6800 GT represents the mid-range of present NVDA offerings
sandwiched between the 6800nu and the 6800 Ultra.
Digital Vibrance Control
MPEG2 Decode Acceleration
API Supported: Direct 3D , OpenGL
RAMDAC Clock Speed: 400
Multiple Display Support: Yes
Dual VGA Support: Yes
Video Input: No
Available Connectors: DB15&DVI and S-Video
2D/3D Graphics Support: Yes
Video Memory Installed: 256MB 256-bit 2ns DDR3
Compliant Standards: Plug-N-Play
Interface Type: AGP
Supported O/S: Win9X Windows 2000 Windows XP
System Requirements: AGP 3.0 Compliant
Retail Box Includes cables and manuals and drivers
eVGA e-GeForce 6800GT
The eVGA 6800 GT retail box is not packed full of extras, just the standard 'Y'
adapter and DVI to VGA converter, and CD. However, one nice surprise is
included, a full CD version of Far Cry.
eVGA.com Bundles FAR CRY
In Every e-GeForce 6 Series Card!