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Asustek introduces new overclocking GeForce graphics card
Press release, September 27; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Thursday 27 September 2007]

Asustek Computer recently introduced its GeForce EN8600GT TOP/HTDP/256M graphics card with overclocking capabilities.

With the company's SmartDoctor technology, users can overclock the shader clock and engine clock independently for a performance boost without rebooting or re-flashing their BIOS, according to Asustek. The EN8600GT TOP is capable of raising stream processor clock performance from 1188MHz up to 1458MHz plus and comes with 1ns memory modules, which help create a speed boost when compared to other reference design boards, according to the company.

The EN8600GT TOP also utilizes a cooling fan that can lower temperatures by 13 degrees Celsius in comparison to reference design boards.

Asustek EN8600GT TOP graphics card specification

Item

Detail

Graphics engine

GeForce 8600GT

Video memory

DDR3 256MB

Engine clock

600MHz

Shader clock

1458MHz

Memory clock

1008MHz (504MHz DDR3)

Memory interface

128-bit

D-sub max. resolution

2048×1536

Bus standard

PCI Express

D-Sub output

Yes (via DVI to D-Sub adaptor x1)

HDTV output (YPbPr)

Yes

TV output

Yes (YPbPr to S-Video and Composite)

DVI output

Yes x2

Adaptor/cable bundled

1x HDTV-out cable
1x DVI to D-Sub adaptor

Source: Company, compiled by Digitimes, September 2007

Asustek EN8600GT TOP graphics card

Asustek EN8600GT TOP graphics card
Photo: Company

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