On the following page we'll show you some photos. The images were taken at 2560x1920 pixels and then scaled down. The camera used was a Sony DCS-F707 5.1 MegaPixel.
There it is, the GeForce 9800 GTX+. In terms of design it's not the slightest bit different from the regular GeForce 9800 GTX.
I have to admit that I do like the design and look of this cooler. That's just a great looking graphics card aesthetically. Very pleasing with the entire black design. The card is a bit lengthy though at 27cm / 10.6"
GeForce 9800 GTX has integrated HDMI support. Using a certified DVI-to-HDMI adaptor in conjunction with the on-board SPDIF audio connector, the GeForce 9800 GTX is capable of full HDMI output via the DVI connector. All GeForce 9800 GTX graphics cards provide dual-link HDCP support.
For NVIDIA 1+1=3. With two SLI fingers NVIDIA allows you to hook up and go for three-way SLI. That's a good threesome in this price segment.
You'll need two 6-pin power connectors. Typically at least one is located at your power supply. The more modern ones will have two. Boards partners will also include one or two 6-pin to Molex power converters in the bundle. But remember, you do need to hook up both in order for the card to even work.
Alright, one more then. The money shot of the GTX+ in action during a test.
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