MSIs’ NX8800GT-T2D256E-OC goes the opposite way of the Palit GeForce 8800 GT Super+1GB, by halving the normal amount of memory on the 8800GT, as opposed to doubling it.  The Hardware Zone tested it, and found it lacking in certain areas.  If you never plan on showing HD content, or you have a sub 22″ monitor that can’t go beyond 1680×1050, then you won’t be too disappointed with this cards lack of memory.  Unfortunately, the MSRP that Hardware Zone was given is awfully close to the price of a full 512MB 8800GT, so I can’t help but wonder just how popular this card will be.

You should also keep a close eye on Ryan’s NVIDIA GeForce 9600 GT: G94 Arrives Early article, to see how his testing nVIDIA’s new architecture, and exactly how he ended up with them long before they were due to be released.

“The GeForce 8800 GT is probably one of the most recognizable graphics chipset available now and with both 256MB and 512MB variants, it’s set to become even more so. Read on as we check out one of the newer 256MB models, an overclocked version from MSI.”

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