GeForce 8800 GT is the next card we’re expecting from NVIDIA, rumors have been going around that this card will be based on the G92 chip, but considering it is not an extreme high-end, we do believe there might have been some mix-up with the code-names. GeForce 8800 GT will replace the GeForce 8800 GTS 320 MB and will have the same number of shader processors, but run at higher frequencies with less heat and lower power consumption. When TheInq compared 8800 GT to the RV670 they seemed to have forgot that ATI is building a new high-end card, NVIDIA is not. The GeForce 8800 Ultra is still the undisputed king of the hill.
Still the 8800 GT remains a close combatant, and the thing that will really be the decisive factor is the price. We’ve already told you about the RV670 specifications, but yesterday we found out the 8800 GT will work at 600/900 MHz with a 256 bit memory bus. Later there will also be a GeForce 8800 GTS with 112 shader processors, but the frequencies of that one is a bit more illusive.