320 MB is perfect for users under 1920×1200, is the finding from [H]ard|OCP.  If you can limit yourself to that resolution, this card will handle just about every graphical bell and whistle you can throw at it.  EVGA’s 320MB Superclocked card has a 76 MHz advantage over the reference core of 500 MHz and it’s stream processor is 150 MHz faster. The memory is not only clocked 50 MHz higher (ie. 100 MHz DDR) the GDDR3 is rated at 1.1ns, leaving you with room to overclock, in [H]’s case a core speed increase of about 15%, and 12% for the memory.
“EVGA has entered the arena of affordable DirectX 10 capable video cards with their e-GeForce 8800 GTS 320 MB Superclocked video card. Does the extra clock speed make a real-world difference? We test it with today’s hottest games and find out!”

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