The already confusing suffixes on nVIDIA’s video cards got even more confusing with the release of a GT that out performed the GTS model.  Usually they run GT –> GTS –>GTX –> Ultra, but with the switch to G92 the GT outperformed the GTS, except when the extra memory of the GTS can be utilized.  The new G92 8800GTS has trimmed the memory down from 640MBs to the more usual 512MBs as well as some other nice speed improvements that placed it in it’s proper spot in [H]ard|OCP’s testing.

For even more information, you can check out Ryan’s full review of the BFG 8800 GTS and maybe even pick one up from Newegg, as he has kindly provided links to ones currently on sale.

“NVIDIA launching a new 65nm GeForce 8800 GTS specification today, this time with 128 streaming processors. We have a retail BFGTech GeForce 8800 GTS OC 512MB to look at today in Crysis, UT3, and COD 4 with in-depth gameplay evaluation.”

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