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    Post Forget about 9800GX2, comes 9800GTX




















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    wow nice.. machim brick.. whack pple can die
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    Wow! Totally Black.

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    Nah, I'll take the 9800GX2 over the GTX anyday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ske7ch View Post
    Nah, I'll take the 9800GX2 over the GTX anyday.
    i'll take neither

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    i will jus take the 8800gt...
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    ^i waitng for 55nm version. thats IF it will even evercome out

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    the cards are getting longer every release.
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    So long ...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by medallion View Post
    the cards are getting longer every release.
    yea.. and the performance increase isnt comparable with the relative increase in physical length hmph.

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    I don't get it.. (comparing to G92 8800 GTS):
    1) +25MHz for core and +130Mhz for memory.. with identical overclocking capabilities

    2) Much higher power consumption and need for second power connector

    3) Much longer card

    4) Little bit better cooler + Tri-SLI

    5) 100 USD higher price

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    Quote Originally Posted by Niceone View Post
    I don't get it.. (comparing to G92 8800 GTS):
    1) +25MHz for core and +130Mhz for memory.. with identical overclocking capabilities

    2) Much higher power consumption and need for second power connector

    3) Much longer card

    4) Little bit better cooler + Tri-SLI

    5) 100 USD higher price
    I seriously doubt its 100USD higher... 349... 8800GTS only 249 meh?
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    Really look like a black brick.
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