That's a GeForce 6600 GT card, the new eight-pipe, $199 graphics card from NVIDIA, which you may have read about in our preview. This is the PCI Express version. As planned, the PCI-E cards are arriving first, at least here in Damage Labs.
You can click on the pictures for much larger versions, by the way. Notice, on the top of the board, the "golden fingers" connector for SLI expansion.
We'll be benchmarking this puppy against its direct competitors like the Radeon X600 XT, as well as the other eight-pipe solutions that have preceded it at higher price points, like the Radeon 9800 XT and GeForce FX 5900 series. Watch for our full review... when the time comes.
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