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Inno3D NVidia GeForce 9800GTX+ 512MB £86.49 + £4.99 delivery @ PC next day
Inno3D NVidia GeForce 9800GTX+ 512MB £86.49 + £4.99 delivery @ PC next day

Inno3D NVidia GeForce 9800GTX+ 512MB £86.49 + £4.99 delivery @ PC next day

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Fantastic price for this graphics card.

This is significantly over £100 everywhere else I have looked.

Check out the comparison >>‌ tinyurl.com/myl5mz

Some benchmarks here

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The Inno3D® GeForce® 9800 GTX+ based graphics card raises the performance bar by enabling full-throttle life-like game play at intense resolutions. Packing more performance at an exceptional value, this GPU offers extreme HD gaming and a first-class entertainment experience.

Specification;
Stream Processors: 128
Core Clock: 738MHz
Shader Clock: 1836MHz
Memory Clock: 2200MHz
Memory Amount: 512MB GDDR3
Memory Interface: 256-bit
Memory Bandwidth: 70.4 GB/sec
Texture fill rate: 47.2 billion/sec
Comes with;
1 x DVI to VGA dongle
1 x PCI-E 4-pin to 6-pin power adapter

Features;
Game bundle.
Nvidia Unified Architechture
Full Microsoft DirectX 10 with shader Model 4.0 support
3-way Nvidia SLI Technology
PhysX
CUDA
Nvidia PureVideo HD technology
Nvidia HybridPower Technology
Two dual-link DVI outputs
High Definition 1080p Display Support
Dual-link HDCP capable
PCI Express 2.0 support
OpenGL 2.1 support

6 Comments

Cold. The 9800GTX+ has been rebadged as the GTS250, which start at £83 delivered at ebuyer at the moment. These are just old stock. They have been cheaper, too - about £75.

Looks like it's out of stock.

Here's a slightly better deal

ebuyer.com/pro…711

Zotac GTS250 £82.99 inc vat+delivery at ebuyer

I believe they are the same card rebranded

edit: beaten to it

It's also listed as "available soon"... I doubt this because, as mentioned, it's obsolete (in name at least).

Aradria;5818101

edit: beaten to it



Yes, though I didn't bother to post the link, so your post was still worthwhile. Plus, you beat me to the "not available" point... 1:1

Original Poster

Trosticles;5818085

Cold. The 9800GTX+ has been rebadged as the GTS250, which start at £83 … Cold. The 9800GTX+ has been rebadged as the GTS250, which start at £83 delivered at ebuyer at the moment. These are just old stock. They have been cheaper, too - about £75.



You appear to be correct, I wonder why so many places are still selling this for over £150 and why would anyone buy a 9800GT when the 250s are cheaper.

edit: Well they sure went out of stock fast

jamesdew;5818188

You appear to be correct, I wonder why so many places are still selling … You appear to be correct, I wonder why so many places are still selling this for over £150 and why would anyone buy a 9800GT when the 250s are cheaper.edit: Well they sure went out of stock fast



I think the places that have it in stock for £150 still have it in stock for that reason. They probably still have their original mark-up on them (perhaps because they paid too much for them too long ago?).

It was the same with the 8800GT and 9800GT. Same card, but the cheapest 9800GT quickly took over from the 8800GT. I'm sure there are still 8800GT cards for sale for exorbitant prices...
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