EVGA GeForce 9800 GT SuperClocked
Released July, 2009
The EVGA GeForce 9800 GT Superclocked video card is the same as the original 9800 GT, only overclocked. This means that the processor and memory are running faster than the original settings would have allowed them to.
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Otherwise, it is physically the exact same card. This means a slightly improved performance at the cost of more heat generation and power usage. The card comes with a large cooling fan. This is a physically larger card, so a full-sized tower is recommended to house it. It runs graphic programs and games well, but doesn't achieve high frames per second.
The GPU runs at 650MHz with 112 processing cores, and is supported by 512MB of memory running at 60.8GB/s. There are two DVI-I ports and a HDTV-7 output. The card is SLI capable, but with the fan in the way you'll need to double-check the dimensions of your motherboard to make sure it will fit.
- 650MHz GPU with 112 processing cores
- 512MB of 256 bit GDDR3
- Memory runs at 60.8 GB/s bandwidth
- PCI-E 2.0
- 2 DVI-I and 1 HDTV-7 output
- SLI Capable
- 240Hz refresh rate
- 2560x1600 resolution
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