Galaxy GeForce 9800 GT 1024MB review | test -
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The card itself has a pretty nice, slick look to it, but the cooler is big and will eat up two slots. As you can see the residual heat is dumped inside your PC. The cooler does it's job good enough, but does not stand out in terms of silence or extreme cooling. We love the blue PCB and that nice dark theme. Even the front-side bracket is nicely black along with the connectors.
One SLI connector, you can hook up two of these puppies and move yourself into a more high-end enthusiast experience.
At the rear end we stumble into the 6-pin power connector. As explained a couple of times already, the PCIe bus can not deliver enough current to the graphics card, and therefore you'll see a power connector feed straight from the power-supply.
Last but most certainly not least the card photographed in our test system, doing a good workout. This one is taken in a darker environment. We have some UV lighting in the chassis giving the photo that crisp Guru3D blue color we all like so much.
In this review we'll have a peek at the warmongers from KFA2 (Galaxy), they unleash this cute little beastly looking GTX 550 Ti LTD OC White edition graphics card. And to make it even more special, they slapped all components on a sexy white PCB again. Armed with that atypical looking cooler you'll learn that this product makes no compromises, you will not hear it, it will not run hot and it even comes factory clocked at a full GHz, quite amazing as GPUs seem to slowly pass that weird 1 GHz threshold.
Galaxy GeForce 9800 GT 1024MB review | test
We test a product from the guys at Galaxy, and that means customization and extra features, all for a fair price. Custom PCB, custom cooling, custom bracket, HDMI output, black DVI+backplate heck it even packs 1024MB of memory to play around with for roughly the same money as a 512MB model. All fairly impressive really.
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Our initial review of this product was taken offline as we received an early version of the product. This early version had a "beta" cooler on it that made a truck-load of noise. Galaxy claimed to have a new cooler ready and asked if if we could revise the review based on the new and final cooler. And therefore we have updated this initial article to revision 2; based on new facts with the final cooling solution implemented. And it sure is a lot better.