BFG PCI-E 6800 GT OC 256MB

by Rob Williams on June 15, 2005 in Graphics & Displays

If you are looking to upgrade your video card, there are so many options available. We are going to take a look at one of BFG Tech’s top PCI-E cards, the 6800 GT OC. How did it make out in our tests? Is the card worth it, with the next gen on the way?

Page 1 – Introduction

BFG Tech has been established for a while, but quickly gained the respect of being one of the best video card manufacturers in the world. They are known to make top quality, solid products, and are currently the only company to have a lifetime warranty guarantee on their video cards. The 6800 is a top end Nvidia based-GPU, which allows the card to be paired with another for an SLi setup. We are going to take a look at the GT OC (Overclocked) 256MB PCI-Express version today.

    Quick Specs

  • Core: 370MHz / Memory: 1000MHz
  • DVI-I, S-Video, VGA
  • 16 Pixel Pipelines
  • Single-Slot Cooler
  • Blue PCB for DVI/VGA version
  • SLi Capable
  • SRP: ~$400US

BFG Technologies’ brand of NVIDIA-based 3D graphics accelerators are designed to appeal to the PC enthusiast and hardcore gaming consumer. We offer a full line of NVIDIA-based graphics cards at various price points to meet the needs of the entry level gamer to the hardcore, performance driven customer.

Many of our employees are gamers and PC enthusiasts, and we provide hardware and marketing that reflects our passion and excitement for the latest technology. We build hardware that is stable, well supported and cost competitive. BFG Technologies delivers the latest 3D graphics technology before our competitors, offers lifetime warranties on all graphic products, and provides free expert technical support and a company commitment to the enthusiast lifestyle through gaming LAN-party sponsorships, gaming events, and high-visibility participation in industry trade shows.

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Rob Williams

Rob founded Techgage in 2005 to be an 'Advocate of the consumer', focusing on fair reviews and keeping people apprised of news in the tech world. Catering to both enthusiasts and businesses alike; from desktop gaming to professional workstations, and all the supporting software.

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