Gainward 8800GT 1024MB

"Gainward proudly announces the Release of our new 8800GT 1024MB Golden Sample series Graphic Cards."

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GAINWARD the leading graphic cards manufacturer finally launches the massive 1024MB version of 8800GT graphic card: Bliss 8800GT 1024MB Golden Sample. Equipped with stunning 650+MHz on the core clock and a super fast 950+MHz(DDR 1900+) MHz on the memory clock, Gainward Bliss 8800GT leads to an ultimate performance for enthusiasts and includes a huge 1024MB memory (256bits width) bandwidth size can undoubtedly allow the graphics processors to achieve higher resolutions without running into memory capacity to bottleneck your games. GAINWARDS Bliss 8800GT 1024MB Golden Sample is definitely a must have weapon for truly hardcore gamers.


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- 9016Bliss 8800GT-1024-GS-TV-Dual DVI950Mhz (DDR1900)

 • Nvidia GF8800GT(G92) with 650Mhz core   clock.• 112 stream processors with 1.625Ghz    shader clock.• 1024MB DDR3 memory (256bits width)   with 950Mhz clock rate (DDR1900).• Output port : Dual DVI-I (dual-link) and


• HDCP compliant (both DVI port) • PCI Express version 2.0, provides up to  16GB/s bandwidth (2 times that of PCI    express).• High performance with super low    noise cooling fan.• 3-Phase Power Supply System Design.

• Support HDMI interface with HDMI


·       The Ultimate Blu-ray and HD DVD Movie Experience on a Gaming PC Featuring the revolutionary second generation PureVideo HD engine, it delivers astounding Blu-ray and HD DVD movie picture quality on a gaming PC

I know what your thinking; "I cannot be reading this right... ?" But you are! That is correct an 8800 with 1GB of Vram! Please tell us what you think on our forum.
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Most Recent Comments

08-12-2007, 13:40:47

CityLink are fine in my area, all couriers seem to let people down at one time or another

08-12-2007, 13:43:03

now, that scan used citylink, i didnt know, but i had heard scan package stuff up with airbags well.

08-12-2007, 13:55:14

You will be fine.
And if it does arrive dead.. then just complain and you will get another. ;)

08-12-2007, 14:51:28

lol, then sell the broken one on ebay!! :D with a tiny disclaimer at the bottom saying it doesn't work :D

EDIT: bought... arriving on wednesday.

08-12-2007, 17:52:40

good luck getting an rma sorted with ebuyer, thats where they fall down. pity you've already bought it...

08-12-2007, 18:07:00

I've never had a single problem with ebuyer, even though some people don't like using them.

If i had a choice out of ebuyer or scan, I'd definately pick scan! They are top notch!
My previous graphics card orders from ebuyer have been perfectly packaged, but I did order a few other components from them too, so it came in a large cardboard box

08-12-2007, 18:11:08


good luck getting an rma sorted with ebuyer, thats where they fall down. pity you've already bought it...

I've had nothin but good experinces with Ebuyer, they RMA'd my mobo in under a week. :D

08-12-2007, 18:11:28


good luck getting an rma sorted with ebuyer, thats where they fall down. pity you've already bought it...

eBuyer have really sorted their RMAs now, they are the best in the UK of the large retailers for returns service in my experience.

You go on the site, request an RMA, within a few hours they have arranged citylink to pick it up from you free of charge, and then you get a new one sent out within a day or two. Awesome!

Only problem I can see is if having the item picked up is difficult for you

08-12-2007, 18:15:37

I've only ever brought 3 things from ebuyer, 2 were rma's DOA

08-12-2007, 22:05:39

well if they've sorted their rma issue, be my guest :) but it took me 10 weeks to get a tenner back off them for them adding some stupid triple postage to something which in the end arrived 2 or 3 days late.. :S that wasn't fun
but if they really have sorted that online e-card crap then great lol i guess i found other retailers to replace them since then

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