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Tuesday, 04 March 2008 22:11

9800GX2 on Inno3D?s booth, too

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Cebit 08: Reference design but fast nevertheless


Inno3D showcased their reference Geforce 9800GX2 card. Nvidia apparently changed its mind just before CeBIT and allowed the partners to show off these cards.

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Everyone is pleased with this card’s performance but not with the heat it emits. Due to its “sandwich” design, it’s important to have good cooling for these two graphics processors and we’ve already seen some water blocks.

Fudo visited EVGA this morning where he took a couple of photos of water coolers and water cooled cards, and you can see them here.

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