OCZ the gaming-oriented memory producer has announced the release of its first video card. Dubbed simply the OCZ 8800 GTX, the board will use NVIDIA’s GeForce 8800 GTX chipset at its standard 575MHz core and 1.8GHz memory speeds.
Each unit will be hand-picked for its ability to overclock: only the most easily enhanced chips will be chosen from each batch, OCZ claims.
The 8800 GTX from the company will be tied to a lifetime warranty, though the company has not revealed whether or not overclocking will affect support. Cards will begin shipping almost immediately after the launch and are expected to list near the official $649 price NVIDIA has set for its chipset.
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