The GeForce 8800 GTX from Foxconn can be either black or green. Our sample of the Foxconn FV-N88XMAD2-ON uses a black solder mask and is an exact replica of Nvidia’s reference card.
As is the case with many products available on the market, the difference from the competing solutions is only in the stickers on the cooler casing and on the fan motor. The picture with stellar bodies on the cooler resembles the collage on the product box.
Foxconn’s GeForce 8800 GTX comes with Samsung K4J52324QC-BJ11 memory. The twelve 512Mb GDDR3 chips work at a voltage of 2.0V and have a rated frequency of 900 (1800) MHz, which is exactly the memory frequency described in the official 8800 GTX specification from Nvidia. The total amount of memory is 768MB with a 384-bit memory bus. The GPU frequencies are standard, too: 575MHz for the main domain and 1350MHz for the shader domain. The GPU is configured to have 32 TMUs, 24 ROPs and 128 unified shader processors, just as it should be on a GeForce 8800 GTX.
The graphics card has two universal DVI-I connectors and a 7-pin mini-DIN connector you can plug an S-Video cable directly into.