Galaxy Geforce 8800 GT HDMI w/ Xtreme Tuner -
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When take a photo from the top side we can see one SLI finger. The PCB completely differs from the reference design and is colored nicely in black.
At the rear end we'll also stumble into something different. Not one 6-pin PSU connector, but two allowing 6-phase power. At full load the card can peak at ~105 Watt power consumption. The extra connector has been integrated for additional stability & should help with overclocking; I like that very much.
Not quite sure what the jumpers are for but likely .. for the Galaxy Smart Panel , youll be able to switch it on/off by using the jumper. I'm not yet 100% sure though.
One last photo before we place the card into the test-rig and see what it looks like under better lit circumstances.
There we go, for the "ooh and aah" factor: live, alive and working in the test system. The sticker is slightly UV reflective. That's always pretty cool in our test system.
In this review we'll have a peek at the warmongers from KFA2 (Galaxy), they unleash this cute little beastly looking GTX 550 Ti LTD OC White edition graphics card. And to make it even more special, they slapped all components on a sexy white PCB again. Armed with that atypical looking cooler you'll learn that this product makes no compromises, you will not hear it, it will not run hot and it even comes factory clocked at a full GHz, quite amazing as GPUs seem to slowly pass that weird 1 GHz threshold.
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Galaxy Geforce 8800 GT HDMI w/ Xtreme Tuner
Our initial review of this product was taken offline as we received an early version of the product. This early version had a "beta" cooler on it that made a truck-load of noise. Galaxy claimed to have a new cooler ready and asked if if we could revise the review based on the new and final cooler. And therefore we have updated this initial article to revision 2; based on new facts with the final cooling solution implemented. And it sure is a lot better.