eVGA e-GeForce 8800 GTS Graphics Card

640MB 320bit - MPN: 640P2N821AR
Product Details
Description
EVGA video cards have attained Designed for Windows XP certification. These video cards have passed rigorous testing and take full advantage of all of the features and capabilities of Microsoft Windows XP.
Quick Glance
Interface Connection Video - 15 pin High-Density D-shell (VGA), Video - 4 pin mini-DIN (S-Video), Video - Component Video, Video - DVI-I (Digital & Analog)
Slot/Port Type PCI Express x16
Video Chipset GeForce 8800 GTS
Functionality Dual DVI, HDTV Encoder, Multi-Monitor Support, SLI Ready
normalized-Installed Video Memory 640
Expert Reviews
NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GTX and 8800 GTS: Unified Powerhouses
4.5 Star Review  HotHardware - Dec 31, 1969

The GeForce 8800 GTX's performance was for more dominant. In every benchmark we ran, the GeForce 8800 GTX was clearly the best performer, and in some cases it doubled the performance of any of the previous generation, single-GPU powered cards. And it did so with superior image quality. There is simply no currently other consumer level video card that can come close to matching the performance of the GeForce 8800 GTX.

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Nvidia GeForce 8800 GTS | 640 MB
2 Star Review  productwiki.com - Feb 11, 2011

The GeForce 8800 GTS is an upper-tier model in Nvidias 8 series of mid-range, consumer desktop graphics cards. The SLI-ready 8800 GTS is available with 320, 512 or 640 MB of memory. With DirectX 10 support, even the 320MB GeForce 8800 GTS should run most of 2009s mainstream PC games with ease, although perhaps not at the highest detail settings, while the 640MB model would be more suited to todays most demanding graphics applications. The unit features 96 processor cores, a 256-bit frame buffer to maintain high frame rates, and a second-generation PureVideo HD engine, which Nvidia claims enhances picture quality for PC Blu-ray playback. Compared to the 8800 GT, the unit compensates in part for lower clock speeds with a greater, 320-bit memory interface, but lacks PCI Express 2.0 support. Features 512 MB memory 96 processor cores DirectX 10 SLI-ready 256-bit frame buffer PureVideo HD PCI Express 500MHz graphics clock ... PROS: (1) Very stable (2) overclocks well - lots of headroom to adjust clock speeds (3) similar performance to the NVIDIA 8800 GT at a lower price (4) well suited for playing games at medium settings and moderate resolutions ... CONS: (1) requires at least a 400 watt power supply (2) relatively long length - not suitable for small cases (3) aging architecture - newer generation available (4) runs hot, therefore the onboard cooling system can be noisy

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User Reviews
Good for HD DVD...sort of
4 Star Review   By member scacountor - Apr 21, 2007   

Strengths: performance, can multi-task during HD DVD playback

Weakness: No HDMI driver suuport (yet), had to rearrange pc case setup in order to fit

I purchased this with the intent to play HD DVDs on my PC. Previously I had a Leadtek 6800 which stuttered, sometime refused to play due to no DHCP support, and absolutely destroyed crippled my pc performance. This card got rid of the stuttering, the DHCP issue, and enables me to multitask during HD DVD playback (I'm playing U2 Rattle & Hum while I write this). Now the bad...there is no HDMI support. What? Yes that is right no HDMI support. I have a brand new Samsung 4095 LCD (awesome) with no DVI inputs...HDMI is the format of the future and as of right now I can only use the PC input on my tv. Hopefully, they fix this soon....until they do..its 4 of 5 stars for me.

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An excellent video card
5 Star Review   By member infini2001 - Apr 12, 2007   

Strengths: performance and stability

Weakness: price

This is the best video card I have ever owned. Compared to my former ATI 1600 pro, it is much much much better. I could play any games with all the settings on without any problems. Price is a little bit high. It might be a good buy when this card becomes to cost around 200 bucks. Overall, however, I am fully satisfied, even though I spent more than 300 bucks.

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Great Graphics Card!
5 Star Review   By member unseenlurker - Apr 8, 2007   

Strengths: Quiet, Great Graphics output,

Weakness: Large, Takes up multiple slots, Expensive

This isa great product. I have been using it for more than 6 months without any problems. It was very expensive when I bought it, but the price has dropped. It is definitely worth the money. I highly recommend this product.

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eVGA 8800GTS - Graphical Heaven
5 Star Review   By member rvr2k3 - Apr 7, 2007   

Strengths: Great graphics, eVGA lifetime warranty, can run DirectX 10 under Vista.

Weakness: Crappy vista drivers, Huge card taking up two slots on the motherboard.

I have owned four eVGA cards in my life and between the customer support and quality build of their cards, I will continue to be a patron. This card is just awesome. The graphics are breath taking and it runs pretty quiet for it's size. It does get warm, but there is an exhaust vent present, so that should help in cooling the card and keeping the pc case less hot. Plus the added thirty dollar rebate makes this card a steal.

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EVGA 8800GTS
5 Star Review   By member sfinley - Apr 4, 2007   

Strengths: Huge memory(640MB), DirectX 10.

Weakness: None so far.

This is a great card to upgrade to. It's cheaper than the GTX and smaller too. I also got a $30 rebate. I am not running SLI, so that isn't a problem for me. I am still running XP Pro, all I had to do was pop it in and load the drivers and I was off and running. I would recommend this card to anyone wanting to upgrade to a DirectX 10 capable card.

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One Card to Rule Them All
5 Star Review   By member surferkev - Mar 15, 2007   

Strengths: 1280x1024 Resolution, Max Quality, AA, and HDR at 60+ FPS in all games. $200 Cheaper than GTX and only requires 1 power connector.

Weakness: Expensive (Price of XBOX 360 w/ spare change left over). Takes up 2 slots. Not as fast as GTX.

640MB of video memory. Powerful. Quiet. This is a "Not So Lean But Mean 3D Rendering Machine". 1280x1024 Resolution, Max Quality, AA, and HDR at 60+ FPS in all games: Oblivion, Quake 4, Company of Heroes, etc. No lag on Windows Vista with the latest forceware drivers, even on Vista Ultimate with Dreamscene running in the background. Was just short enough to fit in my Antec Sonata II (may have problems if I get the GTX) and didn't need to upgrade the 450W power supply that I had. With the $30+ rebates going around, this is a better value than the 320MB GTS which is just as fast or faster in most games until you turn up the AA. Trouble-free card if you don't care for SLI.

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Great upgraded DX10 Card
5 Star Review   By member SDTechDeals - Mar 8, 2007   

Strengths: DX10 support; quiet; good included game

Weakness: Expensive

Warning! This review will have little or no interest to gamers! I am adding a dedicated media-center computer to my household, so wanted to upgrade to a new DX10 card, and have been an nVidia devotee for years. I took my eVGA 7800 GT out of my desktop, and moved it to the media-center machine. I then plopped the 8800 GTS into my desktop machine. It came up, no problems. I donloaded the latest drivers from the eVGA site, so ignored the included install CD. The included eVGA ResChanger 2005 utility had not changed, so no reason to re-install. I'm viewing on a Dell 24" LCD, and it looks great. I did a quick run-thru with Call Of Duty 2, and it was awesome! Not sluggish in any way. The biggest improvement is that my system is extremely silent now! That 7800 GT is just plain loud!! Guess it pays to have such a monster video-card that they can put in a larger and more quiet fan. That's almost worth the upgrade alone! :-) But do note that this will take up two slots in your motherboard, so you better have a newer one that can handle this.

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GeForce 8800 GS 640MB
4 Star Review   By member MarathonDon - Feb 25, 2007   

Strengths: Fast card, plays all my DirectX 9.0 games at maximum video settings.

Weakness: Big card, but still fits in case. I don't think I would have had room for the GTX.

Card was $200 less than GTX, which made me conclude that I could purchase an additional GTS in the future if the need for more video power was necessary. As I mentioned above, I don't think the space was available for me to install a GTX.

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eVGA GeForce 8800 GTS
5 Star Review   By member jgh33jgh - Jan 27, 2007   

Strengths: Great performance

Weakness: The card can be very hot and somewhat quiet, or somewhat hot and very loud, neither is appealing. Dual slot, long, power hungry.

It’s DX10 compatible, and it easily handles every game I’ve thrown at it (most with max settings and/or antialiasing). If that’s what you’re looking for, this is a relatively cheap alternative to the 8800 GTX. The dual slot design does not do a great job of cooling: idle temps at stock speed are about 60C, and overclocking under load brings it up to nearly 90C. Manually adjusting fan speeds lets you strike a balance between temperature and noise level. Also worth mentioning is eVGA’s lifetime warranty, which isn’t automatically voided by overclocking, but “physical damage” isn’t covered (so don’t set those clocks too high). This is currently a fantastic card for avid gamers, but it is overkill for casual gamers and most mainstream consumers.

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Very Nice Video Card
5 Star Review   By member kickashman_1164774579 - Jan 14, 2007   

Strengths: The video card supports Direct X 10 for when Vista comes out. The graphics are very nice in Direct X 9 games as well. Graphics are stunning. and the memory on this bad boy is high.

Weakness: Large and takes a lot of energy, but what do you expect for a top of the line video card

If you really need a new video card upgrade I would recommend buying it now. If you have a newer video card and want to get a new one that will support Direct X 10 I would wait until the new Radeon version comes out so you can buy this one for cheaper or if the Radeon is better buy that. Other than that this card will give you no troubles. It ran on windows X64 edition and they had drivers on EVGA website, the drivers wont work on the disk that is provided.

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Product Details
Description
EVGA video cards have attained Designed for Windows XP certification. These video cards have passed rigorous testing and take full advantage of all of the features and capabilities of Microsoft Windows XP.
Quick Glance
Interface Connection Video - 15 pin High-Density D-shell (VGA), Video - 4 pin mini-DIN (S-Video), Video - Component Video, Video - DVI-I (Digital & Analog)
Slot/Port Type PCI Express x16
Video Chipset GeForce 8800 GTS
Functionality Dual DVI, HDTV Encoder, Multi-Monitor Support, SLI Ready
normalized-Installed Video Memory 640
Summary
Product Title eVGA e-GeForce 8800 GTS Graphics Card
Manufacturer eVGA
Power Score 4.1 | 14 Reviews
Graphics Chipset
Core Clock Speed: 500 MHz
Memory
Installed Video Memory: 640 MB
Effective Memory Clock Speed: 1600 MHz
Memory Technology: GDDR3 SDRAM
Compatibility
Slot Space Required: 2
Minimum Power Supply Required: 400 W
System Requirements: Minimum of a 400 Watt power supply.(Minimum recommended power supply with +12 Volt current rating of 26 Amps.) Operating System: Microsoft WIndows Vista Microsoft WIndows MCE Microsoft WIndows XP
System Type: PC
Warranty
Warranty Information: Lifetime Limited Warranty
More Info
URL: Manufacturer Link
Additional Specifications
Chipset Line: GeForce
Bus Width: 320 bit
RAMDAC Speed: 400 MHz
Brand Name: EVGA
Analog Signal: Yes
RAMDAC Speed: 400 MHz
Color Depth at Maximum Resolution: 16.7 Million Colors + 8-Bit Grayscale Mask (32-bit)
Parent Retsku: B000KFWFHG
Max Resolution: 2560 x 1600
Chipset Series: 8
Frequency Band: SLI ReadyRoHs Compliant
Digital Signal: Yes
Dual Link DVI Support: Yes
Display Refresh Rate: 60 Hz
Expert Reviews
NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GTX and 8800 GTS: Unified Powerhouses
4.5 Star Review  HotHardware - Dec 31, 1969

The GeForce 8800 GTX's performance was for more dominant. In every benchmark we ran, the GeForce 8800 GTX was clearly the best performer, and in some cases it doubled the performance of any of the previous generation, single-GPU powered cards. And it did so with superior image quality. There is simply no currently other consumer level video card that can come close to matching the performance of the GeForce 8800 GTX.

Read the full review »

Nvidia GeForce 8800 GTS | 640 MB
2 Star Review  productwiki.com - Feb 11, 2011

The GeForce 8800 GTS is an upper-tier model in Nvidias 8 series of mid-range, consumer desktop graphics cards. The SLI-ready 8800 GTS is available with 320, 512 or 640 MB of memory. With DirectX 10 support, even the 320MB GeForce 8800 GTS should run most of 2009s mainstream PC games with ease, although perhaps not at the highest detail settings, while the 640MB model would be more suited to todays most demanding graphics applications. The unit features 96 processor cores, a 256-bit frame buffer to maintain high frame rates, and a second-generation PureVideo HD engine, which Nvidia claims enhances picture quality for PC Blu-ray playback. Compared to the 8800 GT, the unit compensates in part for lower clock speeds with a greater, 320-bit memory interface, but lacks PCI Express 2.0 support. Features 512 MB memory 96 processor cores DirectX 10 SLI-ready 256-bit frame buffer PureVideo HD PCI Express 500MHz graphics clock ... PROS: (1) Very stable (2) overclocks well - lots of headroom to adjust clock speeds (3) similar performance to the NVIDIA 8800 GT at a lower price (4) well suited for playing games at medium settings and moderate resolutions ... CONS: (1) requires at least a 400 watt power supply (2) relatively long length - not suitable for small cases (3) aging architecture - newer generation available (4) runs hot, therefore the onboard cooling system can be noisy

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User Reviews
Good for HD DVD...sort of
4 Star Review   By member scacountor - Apr 21, 2007   

Strengths: performance, can multi-task during HD DVD playback

Weakness: No HDMI driver suuport (yet), had to rearrange pc case setup in order to fit

I purchased this with the intent to play HD DVDs on my PC. Previously I had a Leadtek 6800 which stuttered, sometime refused to play due to no DHCP support, and absolutely destroyed crippled my pc performance. This card got rid of the stuttering, the DHCP issue, and enables me to multitask during HD DVD playback (I'm playing U2 Rattle & Hum while I write this). Now the bad...there is no HDMI support. What? Yes that is right no HDMI support. I have a brand new Samsung 4095 LCD (awesome) with no DVI inputs...HDMI is the format of the future and as of right now I can only use the PC input on my tv. Hopefully, they fix this soon....until they do..its 4 of 5 stars for me.

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An excellent video card
5 Star Review   By member infini2001 - Apr 12, 2007   

Strengths: performance and stability

Weakness: price

This is the best video card I have ever owned. Compared to my former ATI 1600 pro, it is much much much better. I could play any games with all the settings on without any problems. Price is a little bit high. It might be a good buy when this card becomes to cost around 200 bucks. Overall, however, I am fully satisfied, even though I spent more than 300 bucks.

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Great Graphics Card!
5 Star Review   By member unseenlurker - Apr 8, 2007   

Strengths: Quiet, Great Graphics output,

Weakness: Large, Takes up multiple slots, Expensive

This isa great product. I have been using it for more than 6 months without any problems. It was very expensive when I bought it, but the price has dropped. It is definitely worth the money. I highly recommend this product.

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eVGA 8800GTS - Graphical Heaven
5 Star Review   By member rvr2k3 - Apr 7, 2007   

Strengths: Great graphics, eVGA lifetime warranty, can run DirectX 10 under Vista.

Weakness: Crappy vista drivers, Huge card taking up two slots on the motherboard.

I have owned four eVGA cards in my life and between the customer support and quality build of their cards, I will continue to be a patron. This card is just awesome. The graphics are breath taking and it runs pretty quiet for it's size. It does get warm, but there is an exhaust vent present, so that should help in cooling the card and keeping the pc case less hot. Plus the added thirty dollar rebate makes this card a steal.

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EVGA 8800GTS
5 Star Review   By member sfinley - Apr 4, 2007   

Strengths: Huge memory(640MB), DirectX 10.

Weakness: None so far.

This is a great card to upgrade to. It's cheaper than the GTX and smaller too. I also got a $30 rebate. I am not running SLI, so that isn't a problem for me. I am still running XP Pro, all I had to do was pop it in and load the drivers and I was off and running. I would recommend this card to anyone wanting to upgrade to a DirectX 10 capable card.

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One Card to Rule Them All
5 Star Review   By member surferkev - Mar 15, 2007   

Strengths: 1280x1024 Resolution, Max Quality, AA, and HDR at 60+ FPS in all games. $200 Cheaper than GTX and only requires 1 power connector.

Weakness: Expensive (Price of XBOX 360 w/ spare change left over). Takes up 2 slots. Not as fast as GTX.

640MB of video memory. Powerful. Quiet. This is a "Not So Lean But Mean 3D Rendering Machine". 1280x1024 Resolution, Max Quality, AA, and HDR at 60+ FPS in all games: Oblivion, Quake 4, Company of Heroes, etc. No lag on Windows Vista with the latest forceware drivers, even on Vista Ultimate with Dreamscene running in the background. Was just short enough to fit in my Antec Sonata II (may have problems if I get the GTX) and didn't need to upgrade the 450W power supply that I had. With the $30+ rebates going around, this is a better value than the 320MB GTS which is just as fast or faster in most games until you turn up the AA. Trouble-free card if you don't care for SLI.

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Great upgraded DX10 Card
5 Star Review   By member SDTechDeals - Mar 8, 2007   

Strengths: DX10 support; quiet; good included game

Weakness: Expensive

Warning! This review will have little or no interest to gamers! I am adding a dedicated media-center computer to my household, so wanted to upgrade to a new DX10 card, and have been an nVidia devotee for years. I took my eVGA 7800 GT out of my desktop, and moved it to the media-center machine. I then plopped the 8800 GTS into my desktop machine. It came up, no problems. I donloaded the latest drivers from the eVGA site, so ignored the included install CD. The included eVGA ResChanger 2005 utility had not changed, so no reason to re-install. I'm viewing on a Dell 24" LCD, and it looks great. I did a quick run-thru with Call Of Duty 2, and it was awesome! Not sluggish in any way. The biggest improvement is that my system is extremely silent now! That 7800 GT is just plain loud!! Guess it pays to have such a monster video-card that they can put in a larger and more quiet fan. That's almost worth the upgrade alone! :-) But do note that this will take up two slots in your motherboard, so you better have a newer one that can handle this.

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GeForce 8800 GS 640MB
4 Star Review   By member MarathonDon - Feb 25, 2007   

Strengths: Fast card, plays all my DirectX 9.0 games at maximum video settings.

Weakness: Big card, but still fits in case. I don't think I would have had room for the GTX.

Card was $200 less than GTX, which made me conclude that I could purchase an additional GTS in the future if the need for more video power was necessary. As I mentioned above, I don't think the space was available for me to install a GTX.

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eVGA GeForce 8800 GTS
5 Star Review   By member jgh33jgh - Jan 27, 2007   

Strengths: Great performance

Weakness: The card can be very hot and somewhat quiet, or somewhat hot and very loud, neither is appealing. Dual slot, long, power hungry.

It’s DX10 compatible, and it easily handles every game I’ve thrown at it (most with max settings and/or antialiasing). If that’s what you’re looking for, this is a relatively cheap alternative to the 8800 GTX. The dual slot design does not do a great job of cooling: idle temps at stock speed are about 60C, and overclocking under load brings it up to nearly 90C. Manually adjusting fan speeds lets you strike a balance between temperature and noise level. Also worth mentioning is eVGA’s lifetime warranty, which isn’t automatically voided by overclocking, but “physical damage” isn’t covered (so don’t set those clocks too high). This is currently a fantastic card for avid gamers, but it is overkill for casual gamers and most mainstream consumers.

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Very Nice Video Card
5 Star Review   By member kickashman_1164774579 - Jan 14, 2007   

Strengths: The video card supports Direct X 10 for when Vista comes out. The graphics are very nice in Direct X 9 games as well. Graphics are stunning. and the memory on this bad boy is high.

Weakness: Large and takes a lot of energy, but what do you expect for a top of the line video card

If you really need a new video card upgrade I would recommend buying it now. If you have a newer video card and want to get a new one that will support Direct X 10 I would wait until the new Radeon version comes out so you can buy this one for cheaper or if the Radeon is better buy that. Other than that this card will give you no troubles. It ran on windows X64 edition and they had drivers on EVGA website, the drivers wont work on the disk that is provided.

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Not the GTX, but still a great DX10 card.
4 Star Review   By member geo442 - Dec 27, 2006   

Strengths: Perfromance, built solidly, temperatures are OK (once you fix the nTune settings and if you're not running them in SLI).

Weakness: Size, ntune's poor fan setting cababilities (at least as of version 5.05), SLI creates heat issues (the cards are just too wide for comfortable slot spacing), and of course price.

I finally received my 2 8800GTS's (via EVGA Step-Up program) to put into an SLI configuration. First thing I noticed is that they are quite a bit shorter than the 8800GTX (and only take 1 PCI-e power supply instead of two), but they are tall enough that putting them in an SLI configuration starves the top card for air. However, these cards are performance beasts. In a rig that had previously had 2 x 7950GT's SLI'd and got 3DMark06 scores around 7200 (total score at 1920x1200 resolution), a _single_ 8800GTS produced a score of ~6700 (with temps maxing out at 61C in firefly Forest). With the SLI configuration installed and enabled (along with the usual headaches that accompany that setup -- in fact, more than the usual -- the new 8800 drivers seemed less willing to recognize an SLI-capable config than drivers for the 7900 and 7950 series cards), the 3DMark performance went to ~9700, with max card temps at 88C. (Comparing this to a single 8800GTX I had in another computer which I temporarily put in this rig for a comparable ran at ~72C with a score of ~9090). The prices of these cards are just starting to come down to earth, and right now if you're looking for a card in the ~$400-450 price range, not much is going to touch these either in terms of current performance, and if you need your DX10 card now, this is just about the only way to get it (at least as of the time of this writing). Not if only NVIDIA would do any decent beta-testing on their ntune software before releasing it, I'd be able to give them a thumbs-up for getting the first DX10 cards out to market correctly... Unfortunately, that's not totally the case here. 5 Stars for single card mode, 2 if you wnat to SLI them. If you're thinking of doing that, just buy one 8800GTX and save yourself the headace and your rig the radiating heat from the never-over-60% operating fans.

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Too Hot
4 Star Review   By dacle00 on PageComputer - Nov 22, 2006   

Strengths: Lots of Mem, Lots of Speed, 96 pixel pipelines!!!

Weakness: Thickness ofcard and heat-sink makes product almost unusable. I have two running in SLI mode, and the first butts against the next so the fan can't draw air, etc. Overheating causes crashes.

There isn't a solution to the overheating due to the fact that SLI mode requires the cards to be extremely close so the SLI bridge will fit. If you're only purchasing one of these cards, then make sure you put it into your system in a way where the slot next to it, is wide open.

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