XFX GeForce 9800 GTX Black Edition review
Posted by Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 06/22/2008 01:00 PM [ 0 comment(s) ]
SLI power connectors, I called it first! Um, yes, you'll need two 6-pin power connectors, mainly for overclocking to be honest. The card itself can peak towards 156W.
The 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. And yes, all GeForce 9800 GTX graphics cards provide dual-link HDCP support. XFX includes a HDMI adaptor to get you connected more easily, great move.
To your lower left, the SLI fingers. One needed for 'normal' two card SLI, and you'll utilize both when you use 3-way SLI.
And here we see the card ready and waiting for a big ass spanking from our test-system. Yeah, photo was taken too dark ... ironic really !
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