XFX 9800GTX+ Black Edition Review

Posted: Nov 17 2008, 6:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:43am CDT, in News | Review Ticker

XFX 9800GTX+ Black Edition Review
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Motherboards published a review of the XFX 9800GTX+ Black Edition.
Quote from the review: "The new XFX 9800GTX+ Black Edition is probably one of if not, the fastest 9800GTX+ cards on the market at the moment, and paired in an SLI configuration they are smoking fast, even faster than a standard GTX280 oddly enough. Add the fact the card comes with a full retail edition of Far Cry 2 only sweetens the pot on buying this card. The game alone cost $49.00 at some retail stores, which is you calculate into the price makes the card about $169.00, ad in the rebate and the price is even better. Almost all NVIDIA cards are made from the same place as fabrication plants for these cards are a small amount of companies so the company you buy from is a very important factor. XFX offers excellent warranty programs and solid customer service as well as being responsive to e-mail and phone support."
Read the full review on Motherboards. Find the newest Graphics Cards on NewEgg.

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