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Friday, 07 March 2008 19:54

BFG plans an OC 9800 GX2

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Cebit 08: Showcased reference 9800 GX2


We had a chance to meet with BFG and these guys obviously plan to bring the Geforce 9800 GX2. The clock speeds are not officially confirmed by BFG, but everyone will launch at 600MHz reference clock.


At a later date there will be an overclocked version, but the company was not ready to reveal any details. As the company has been doing this for quite some time, we are sure that they will come up with some good clocks.

At the same time the company wants to bring the update program and to offer a 100-day step up program. That is a full 10 days better than somebody else’s 90-day step up plan. Obviously, the program worked for the others.

We are sure that BFG will be one of the usual few to overclock the card.

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