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Monday, 03 March 2008 09:48

Geforce 9800 GX2 first scores are in

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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At 730MHz overclock scores 16100 3Dmark06


As we showed you last week, Geforce 9800GX2 has the look. You can check it here and here.

Of course, you all want to know how it scores and on the high-end system powered with 3GHz Quad-core and Vista 64 bit, and we can report some nice numbers.

The first test is done on a 600MHz core, 2000MHz memory and 1500MHz Shader clock and at 3Dmark05 default settings we scored 17600.

In 3Dmark 06 the card at the same clock scored 14400 and this is the normal default score.

If you push the card to 730MHz core and 2080MHz memory and leave the Shaders at 1500MHz, you end up with 19400 in 3Dmark05 and about 16100 in 3Dmark 06.

We are about to go and join CeBIT, the biggest IT trade show of the year. We didn’t have much more time for more numbers but don’t be surprised if we show you a few more scores before the end of the show.

Last modified on Tuesday, 04 March 2008 00:41
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