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Written by Ronald Tibbetts and Olin Coles   
Monday, 13 October 2008
Table of Contents: Page Index
Palit GeForce 9800 GT Super+ 1GB Video Card
GeForce 9800 GT Features
NE/9800TXT302 Specifications
Palit 9800 GT: Closer Look
NE/9800TXT302 Detailed Features
Video Card Testing Methodology
9800 GT 3DMark 06
Gaming Tests: HL2 and CC:FA
World in Conflict Results
Crysis Benchmarks
CoD4 Benchmarks
Palit NE/9800TXT302 Conclusion

NE/9800TXT302 Specifications

Graphics Technology

  • 65 nanometer moving to 55 nanomter
  • G92b chip
  • 112 Stream Processors
  • 256-bit memory interface
  • Hybrid Power
  • 2-way SLI
  • 754 Million transistors
  • 1GB memory
  • ROPs 16
  • Core Clock
  • Memory clock
  • Hybrid SLI
  • 128-bit floating point high dynamic range rendering
  • 16x Anti-Aliasing technology
  • CUDA
  • PhysX
  • Two dual-link DVI inputs support two 2560x1600 resolution displays
  • PureVideo
  • OpenGL 2.1 support
  • Forceware Unified Driver Architecture
  • Lumenex engine
  • Discrete Programmable Video Processor
  • High Quality Scaling
  • DirectX 10.0
  • Pixel Shader 4.0
  • Vertex Shader 4.0
  • Inverse Telecine
  • Bad Edit Correction
  • Integrated SD and HD TV Output
  • Noise Reduction
  • Edge Enhancement
  • Dual-link HDCP capable
Brand Name Palit
Part Number 9800GT Super+ 1GB
Graphics Chip G92
Core clock 600MHz
Shader Clock 1.5GHz
SPs 112
Fabrication Process 65 nm
Transistors 754 Million
Memory cloick 1.8GHz effective
Memory Interface 256-bit
Memory bandwidth 57.6GB/second
Memory Size 1024MB
ROPs 16
Texture Filtering Units 32
Texture Filtering Rate 38.4 Gigatexels/second
HDCP Support Yes
HDMI Support Yes (via adapter)
Connectors 2x Dual-Link DVI, TV-Out
Bus PCI Express 2.0
Form Factor Dual Slot
Power Connectors 1x 6-pin



# xfx, msi, sliallan 2010-04-30 00:17
whats the difference between these xfx, msi and sli..
they are all nvidia.. so?
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# Add-on featuresOlin Coles 2010-04-30 06:20
They are all add-in card partners; but each of them have different warranty service and offer different cooling solutions or speeds. Sometimes they offer games and overclocking software, too.
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