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Old 1st April 2008, 11:06   #1
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Default NVIDIA 9 Series Naming - Inappropriate

Doing the sample hunt down, we asked a company about the upcoming 9800GT, just one of the many more 9000 series graphics cards coming out. The response we were given from them was this:-

As far as I know, the 8800GT will be renamed to 9800GT; no change to the specs.

As far as we can tell, the only difference the 9800GT is going to bring over the 8800GT is support for Tri SLI, and if our testing the other day is anything to go by then itís not going to be all that exciting. Not only will we probably see small gains when adding a third card, but any real value goes straight out the window. The multi-card technology is really best reserved for the high-end cards when every bit of performance is not only required, but wanted.

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