Early last month Nvidia released the GeForce 9800 GTX which today stands as the fastest single GPU graphics card money can buy. However, after almost sixty days of its release and with an eventual appearance of next-generation cards from both ATI and Nvidia, few manufacturers seem to be making pronounced efforts on modifying or improving the original Nvidia reference design.
That is until TechSpot received the iChiLL 9800 GTX Accelero Xtreme from Inno3D, which features a mammoth heatsink that is cooled by no less than three fans.
Read the complete review HERE.
NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GTX reviews:
Inno3D unveils its new GeForce 9800 GTX i-Chill with Arctic Cooling’s Accelero Xtreme cooler.
Inno3D nous dévoile sa nouvelle GeForce 9800 GTX i-Chill équipée du ventirad Accelero Xtreme d’Arctic Cooling.
The Gainward GeForce 9800 GTX reviewed @ X-bit labs.
Read the full test HERE.
We have tested Nvidia’s new graphics card that claims to be the fastest single-chip solution available today. It indeed fulfils its purpose: to bridge the gap between the GeForce 8800 GTS 512MB and the GeForce 9800 GX2. It is a high-quality product without obvious defects.
[English]NVIDIA’s triple SLI reviewed at t-break[/English]
[French]La solution triple SLI de NVIDIA testé chez t-break.[/French]
Scaling from one GPU to two doesn’t necessarily result in doubling the performance as we’ve seen in countless SLI and Crossfire articles. But what happens when you add a third GPU to the mix? That is what we’re going to find out today by putting three 9800GTX SLI cards together.
So at the moment, Triple SLI might only be worth for people with displays capable of extremely high resolutions- we’re talking 30″ LCDs here. For everyone else including a high-end gamer that plays at 1920×1200 with 4X AA, your standard dual card SLI is more than capable and the scaling of Triple SLI is not required.