i3DSpeed, December 2007
NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Ultra PCI-E 768MB DDR3 (655/2250 MHz)
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On the example of EVGA e-GeForce 8800 Ultra Superclocked Edition PCI-E 768MB DDR3 (655/2250 MHz), PCI-E.
- NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Ultra GPU, 655/1652 MHz clock rate;
- Pixel processors: -
- Vertex processors: -
- Unified processors: 128
- Texture processors: 32
- ROPs: 24
- 768MB DDR3 SGRAM in 12 Samsung BGA chips; 1125 (2250) MHz peak clock rate
- 384-bit bus
This graphics card supports DirectX 10.
This is the fastest single-GPU product that is, however, leaving the market (not produced anymore). It supports all innovations, including DX10 shaders.
0.8ns fetch corresponds to the 1250 (2500) MHz clock rate, but memory works at 1125 (2250) MHz.
You can read more on GeForce 8 Series in our reviews.
On December 15, 2007 the latest drivers from NVIDIA were 169.21
WHQL for Windows XP and 169.25 WHQL for Vista.