Gigabyte GeForce 7800 GTX Pro Reviews
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"Gigabyte's GV-NX78X256V-B is a strong offering in the 7800 GTX crowd. The package includes some decent software, including two full games. With default clock speeds, it's a safe and practical route to take if you want the awesome performance of a 7800 GTX without many extra bells and whistles."
"Gigabyte GeForce 7800GTX TurboForce 256MB is an excellent product for enthusiasts and exacting players, who can afford to spend over 500 USD for a video card. The video card possesses everything necessary today for the most hard-driving 3D games."
"...if the overclocked numbers that we have highlighted for both the Leadtek and MSI cards (you can refer to them in our Relevant Links) do not excite you, then the Gigabyte is about as good as the other cards we have seen so far. The bundled games may pale slightly in comparison with some other brands but the other software made up for it."
"The 7800 GTX is by no means a simple change in architecture, like the X850 was to the X800 series; the complete architectural overhaul has resulted in a single-card configuration that can handle any game at high resolutions. While also trouncing ATI's strongest X850XT PE, the 7800 GTX is the fastest single-card video card solution and Gigabyte has provided a 7800 GTX solution with a formidable bundle. While PowerDirect, Joint Operations, and XR Rally may not be the best gaming bundle, Gigabyte's quality as a top tier manufacturer of video cards is enough reason to warrant this purchase. However, be prepared to couple your new Gigabyte 7800 GTX with equally impressive CPU, memory, and motherboard components."
"The positive aspects of this product in a nut shell are ... the power consumption, excellent performance, superior stability, reasonably low operating volume, extreme visual quality, decent overclocking abilities and the PCI Express support. The PCI Express support is particularly important as it is the key ingredient for SLI. The biggest draw back to this product is of course its price tag of $600 US and the lack of AGP support on NVIDIAs behalf; though this may change in the near future."
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