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NVIDIA's high-end GeForce 9800 GX2 graphics card has been pretty well received on its own, but it looks to be decidedly more of a mixed bag when it comes to a Quad SLI configuration, at least according to a pair of early reviews. Least impressed with the setup was PC Perspective, which described t

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March 25, 2008 at 1:10PM
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By now you've had a chance to sample the reviews on nVIDIA's new flagship GeForce 9800 X2 graphics card right? Good, so did you happen to see the comments from bit-tech about heat? During their testing, bit-tech encountered \"a number of heat-related crashes, hard locks and instabilities\" with their

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Not like we needed NVIDIA (of all companies) to tell us that the GeForce 9800 GX2 was more than a figment of our imagination, but nevertheless, one of the worst kept secrets in GPU history is finally \"official.\" Reportedly, this beast of a card is available today from a number of retailers for upwa

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It may not be out quite yet, but thanks to some cloak and dagger device-getting NVIDIA's GeForce 9800 GX2 has gotten its first round of early tests. Sounds like it's got a few premature driver issues, but it's still a contender. If your interests lie in the world of high res framerates, check it ou

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At this point, the only thing that could make NVIDIA's GeForce 9800 GX2 any more real is an actual street release. Nevertheless, here it is, displayed with glory and gusto at the Innovision booth here at CeBIT. They wouldn't take it out of the case by order of NVIDIA but we did get confirmation tha

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Okay, so it's not like we were oblivious to the fact that NVIDIA's 8800-smashing GeForce 9800 GX2 was just around the bend, but we're getting that much closer to seeing it on store shelves judging by a finished product shown off at CeBIT. The Albatron card you see pictured above is most certainly p

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The new budget-friendly 9600 GT (pictured) already has plenty of folks excited, but that's just the tip of the iceberg. NVIDIA's new GeForce 9-series has a top-end 9800 GX2 card slated for March 11th -- if these rumors are to be believed -- that is supposed to best the 8800 Ultra's performance by a

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Details aren't quite hard and fast, but this is NVIDIA's top-of-the-line to-be, so it's never too early to start nerding out. HardOCP says the best way to think of the GeForce 9800 GX2 is a 8800 that's been shrunk down to 65nm and SLI'd onto a \"single\" card. The card is supposed to be at least 30%

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