I saw a Thread like this ..However i dont think it was the same..However if it is I appologise. :
Rest here :http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/video/d...208134640.html
OCZ Technology Group, a leading supplier of memory modules aimed at overclockers and performance computing enthusiasts, plans to re-enter the graphics cards business in the forthcoming weeks by launching graphics card products based on the GeForce 8800-series chips running at speeds beyond recommended by Nvidia Corp.
â€œWe are going to do speed-up sorted G80 cards,â€ a source close to OCZ Technology said Friday.
OCZ Technology pulled out of the graphics cards market back in 2001 with the pre-overclocked GeForce 3-series graphics cards that have never become popular. This time the company seems to be confident about its success on the market.
â€œRight now we feel itâ€™s a great time to re-enter the market,â€ the source said.
OCZ has been building up its reputation as a supplier of high-performance memory modules and power supply units for years now and performance-demanding customers are more than likely to bite the â€œperformance-enhancedâ€ boards from OCZ.
Nvidia Corp. currently does not allow to pre-overclock the flagship GeForce 8800-series graphics cards to its partners following the scandal with broken pre-overclocked GeForce 7900-series boards. However, a source close to OCZ pointed out that the company would not pre-overclock the cards, but would pre-test the boards for overclocking.