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    EVGA launches world's fastest GeForce 8800 GTX graphics card

    EVGA has launched the world’s fastest GeForce 8800 GTX graphics card that runs at 626MHz core and a 2.0GHz memory clock.

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    That cover looks pretty insane.
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    Ironically, take a look at the banner above the news post and it's XFX's 630/2000-clocked card, making it the fastest current GeForce 8800 GTX around.

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    £500 yikes. I agree with what vrykl says, a much better all round solution, unless you have money to burn/scald.

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