Itís been a few months since we have seen a new release from the people at NVIDIA, but it seems like they are coming back with a vengeance this 4th quarter. Due to the extremely high cost involvement to buy oneself an 8800GTX or Ultra VGA card, NVIDIA hits the table with their latest venture, the new 8800GT. Rumor has it this card is faster than a GTS, and priced around the same, so it on paper it looks like a win-win situation for everyone. The GT should be in the $279.00 to $299.00 range depending on the model and manufacturer.
EVGA is no stranger to the VGA game and unless you are just as green as fresh picked lettuce to the PC world you should know their name by now. EVGA is one of the strongest brand partners NVIDIA has, and is a company who is almost always first to market when a new product gets released, and the release of the 8800GT is no exception to that rule. We actually got our hands on the very first 8800GT SSC Edition Card to leave the doors of EVGA on Friday afternoon serial number 001, and with just a few short days to get everything tested, confirmed and into print mind you. After two days of continuous testing of the card and another one for writing the review, these are the results we came up with and they are not bad at all. See what the new EVGA 8800GT SSC Edition is all about.