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Tuesday, 29 July 2008 17:25

Geforce 9800 GTX+, 9800GT and 9500GT launched

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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And available 


Geforce
9800 GTX+, 9800GT and 9500GT are launched and available as of today.

Geforce 9800 GTX+ was supposed to be launched two weeks ago but it got delayed; Geforce 9800GT is G92 re-brand, and 9500GT is actually a new chip for mainstream.

Sales point is that all these cards will bring PhysX and CUDA parallel computing support to these chips, but we have to say that Geforce 9800GTX and 8800GT, previous brands of G92, can do the same.

Many partners will have reference of their own designs and this will only confuse the market even more, as nowadays too many Nvidia cards are based on the same chip.

If you are convinced that these re-brands work for you and that 55nm with GTX+ makes a difference you can go for them; but only Geforce 9500GT is really a new card.

 

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