NVIDIA Sneaks A New 9800 GTX+ GPU Into The Mix

Posted: Jun 19 2008, 6:40am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:53am CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

 

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NVIDIA announced a new GPU today called the GeForce 9800 GTX+ that promise a new price/performance bar in the GeForce family. The 9800 GTX+ uses the G92-based 9800 GTX and offers more value for gamers. The 9800 GTX+ will sell for $229 and the original 9800 GTX will move to $199.

The GTX+ will have a processor clock of 1836MHz and a graphics clock of 738 MHz. The card will also support PhysX, CUDA, and Folding@Home. Both 2-way and 3-way SLI are supported. NVIDIA says that the driver to enable PhysX on GeForce cards is coming in July.

When you consider that many of the 9800 GTX cards were selling in the $300 range only a month ago, this is a significant price cut. The 9800 GTX cards perform very well and gamers looking for a fast card with a significant upgrade path from one card to SLI and then 3-way SLI should love the 9800 GTX+.

Via NVIDIA

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