NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GT 512MB DDR3 PCI-E - £91.78 inc VAT & Delivery - HotUKDeals
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Description

The SLI®-Ready NVIDIA® GeForce® 9800 GT has arrived. Enjoy industry-leading features such as NVIDIA PhysX technology* that brings your games to life and HybridPower for optimal power management.

And with GeForce 9 Series goodness, 112 processor cores and a 256-bit frame buffer, this GPUs got the stuff hardcore gamers have been waiting for.

Specifications

General

Device Type
Graphics adapter
Enclosure Type
Plug-in card
Interface Type
PCI Express 2.0
Compatibility
PC
Processor / Memory

Graphics Processor / Vendor
NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GT
RAMDAC Clock Speed
400 MHz
Core Clock Speed
600 MHz
Video Memory Installed
512 MB
Technology
GDDR3 SDRAM 256-bit
Memory Clock Speed
900 MHz
Video Output

API Supported
OpenGL 2.0, DirectX 10, Shader Model 4.0
Max Monitors Supported
2
Expansion / Connectivity

Compatible Slots
1 x PCI Express x16
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#1
Great find have some heat :thumbsup:
#2
I've bought a 9800 gt, same spec for 76 quid + vat from MD recently.
As cards go you cant fault it for the money.
It's easilly 4 times faster than my old 6800GT (which was no slouch in it's time!).

Slim
#3
If I buy 5 of these to run in SLI mode does it mean I have too much money ?
#4
dontasciime
If I buy 5 of these to run in SLI mode does it mean I have too much money ?


i thought you could only run 3 gfx cards in SLI :?
#5
How much better is this compared to the 8800GT 512MB?
#6
sfarieq
How much better is this compared to the 8800GT 512MB?


It is basically the same card except it is using a smaller chip ( please correct me if I'm wrong) meaning it can run at a higher clock due to less heat being given out so in essence you are getting about 10% more performance than an 8800 GT. If you have an 8800 GT then I suggest you don't upgrade but if you don't have a good graphics card go for this one sure thing :thumbsup:
#7
Anyone know thats the fan noise like on these? I wouldnt mind replacing my old passive 8600gt.
#9
Cold, same as an 8800gt, they only added 1 feature I think to the 9800gt... 8800gt can be had cheaper
#10
Nammo
It is basically the same card except it is using a smaller chip ( please correct me if I'm wrong) meaning it can run at a higher clock due to less heat being given out so in essence you are getting about 10% more performance than an 8800 GT. If you have an 8800 GT then I suggest you don't upgrade but if you don't have a good graphics card go for this one sure thing :thumbsup:


Nope, this is literally the same card with a BIOS flash.
#11
Incorrect product description. "112 processor cores"

Just thought id point it out :)
#12
craigmcintosh_2
Incorrect product description. "112 processor cores"

Just thought id point it out :)



Not really, each stream processor is effectively a fully functional core in itself, and this card has 112 SPs.
#13
Erm.
I've got about £50 to upgrade my X1650.
Should I go the bookies and take a punt on an evens bet - or should I go for the cheaper 256mb 8800Gt that was on here the other week?

And are these things loud...I hate loud fans.
#14
dontasciime
If I buy 5 of these to run in SLI mode does it mean I have too much money ?


Yes.. more than sense anyway as you would be better off getting a GTX 280 or HD 4870 and using SLI/Crossfire with these.

This 9800 looks like a good price, I'm looking for a card at the moment. It's between this and the 4850. I think the 4850 lies in the best preformance/price bracket but I'm not sure about ATi's drivers.
#15
J400uk
Anyone know thats the fan noise like on these? I wouldnt mind replacing my old passive 8600gt.


Not sure about this particular one but I've got a 9800GT and it's pretty quiet, both in windows and during gaming sessions.

A pretty significant difference from my old ATI X1950Pro, that sounded like a 747 on take-off!
#16
brain_stew
Nope, this is literally the same card with a BIOS flash.


Darn I thought I was up to date with hardware nowadays :thinking:. Must be losing it :-D
#17
Nammo
Darn I thought I was up to date with hardware nowadays :thinking:. Must be losing it :-D


No, you're not losing it. The 9800 GT is based on a smaller manufacturing process as you stated and this gives the benefits that you also stated.
#18
9800GT=8800GT. It does overclock better, but it doesnt get 10% automatic performance improvment like Nammo said. I also doubt it overclocks 10% more. In addition, the first 9800GTs (G92 vs G92b) didnt even have a die shrink so it is possible these are those.

But anyway, this will always be the better buy. £14 more for much better performance.

http://www.scan.co.uk/Product.aspx?WebProductId=883439 - please note not actually correct picture of card.

you can get free delivery on this item, I'm sure theres a thread on it here somewhere.

http://www.gpureview.com/show_cards.php?card1=575&card2=544 - Identical specs.
#19
Anyone know thats the fan noise like on these? I wouldnt mind replacing my old passive 8600gt.

I have a 9800GT (an ExpertVision one) and the fan when it runs idle has an incredibly high pitched whine which is JUST loud enough to hear, and very irritating.
When the fan speeds up the whine goes away. Unfortunately in Vista and playing games like Day of Defeat Source at full quality settings at 1680*1050 the card never actually gets hot enough for the fan to speed up!!
Performance wise though this is a great card for the money.
#20
#21
ourdave
Erm.
I've got about £50 to upgrade my X1650.
Should I go the bookies and take a punt on an evens bet - or should I go for the cheaper 256mb 8800Gt that was on here the other week?

And are these things loud...I hate loud fans.


or maybe u should read into matched betting and stop ur gambling habit
#22
Cold. Cheaper at Scan, and not even today only. Scan has had this one for £78 before. And most people have free del with Scan - it's virtually a voucher code by now... £83.41 del for many.

http://www.scan.co.uk/Product.aspx?WebProductId=863106
#23
£87.54 delivered at Novatech (Seems to be Xpertvision/Palit version)
#24
looks like I will be upgrading my old 6800GT to this baby
#25


This review's for a pre-overclocked i-chill super deluxe model, not a bog standard 9800gt.

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