Five years later OCZ Technology is ready to reenter the graphics card market

OCZ Technology is expected to reenter the graphics card market. The last OCZ Technology branded graphics card was based on NVIDIAs flagship at the time—the GeForce 3. That was five years ago and a lot has changed in the graphics industry since then.

Little is known about the upcoming OCZ Technology graphics card. However, OCZ Technology has confirmed the upcoming graphics card will be based on NVIDIAs previously released GeForce 8800 GTX graphics processor. OCZ Technology’s previous graphics endeavor featured higher clocked memory with a fancy cooler and ram-sinks.

While OCZ Technology hasn’t confirmed the details of the GeForce 8800 GTX based graphics card, Alex Mei, VP of Marketing and Communications claims "We are very concerned about memory chip quality on the cards and similar to our PC memory offerings we will screen the memory and complete built up cards for better performance.”

OCZ Technology is expected to unveil its new graphics card at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show 2007 in Las Vegas, NV.

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