Well i ordered it lastnight at 8PM and good old ebuyer had it here at 12PM today (from England to Scotland over night isnt bad)
so first thing i done was try overclocking, i got it from 500/1GHz to 550/1.15GHz
the ram does 1.17GHz but gets to hot for my liking and the core gets very very hot at stock speeds thanks to a poorly finished HSF so its getting lapped and some decent thermal paste on it soon.
i managed to get 3401 in 3dmark 2005 which is not bad considering im only running 512MB of ram for a couple of days (mates machines down and needs it untill he gets a replacement) and also my CPU is a bit of a bottle neck as overclocking didnt make too much difference.
im soo happy, got to take my hat of to XFX they included:
1.a very very good user manual and install guide (ok us guys dont need them but for first timers)
2. a driver disk with latest Nvidia drivers
Nascar thunder 2004
X2 the Threat (what ever that is )
Shuttle System l Intel Core2Extreme l 8GB Ram l 64GB OCZ SSD l Windows 7 Ultimate X64
IBM ThinkPad T60 l 2GHz Core2Duo l 4GB Ram l 60GB Kingston SSD l Windows 7 Ultimate X64
what tool you were using to OC the card? I have 2 6800GT's from XfX and was thinking about ocing them a little.
And I agree, the bundle is pretty good that comes with the card. I ended up with so many PCI-X power adapters between them and Antec, I don't know what to do with them! The games are okay, but I was never a big fan of Commandos...
Compy 1 (Brand New as of 2/7/07):
P5N32-E SLI w/ C2D E6600 at stock (for now)
Zalman CNPS9700 cooler
2GB Corsair DDR2800 @ 5-5-5-15 @1.9v
1x EVGA 8800GTX (stock)
1 150GB Raptor+ 250GB WD Internal SATA's
250GB WD Backup Drive
2x Plextor DVD burners, IDE
2x Plextor DVD burners, SATA
Audigy2 w/ Klipsch 2.1's
Black Silverstone TJ-07
PC P&C 510W SLI PSU
Dell 30" LCD