Tuesday, July 8th 2008

Palit Announces GeForce 9800 GTX+

Palit Microsystems, leading graphics card manufacturer, today announces Palit GeForce 9800 GTX+. Armed with NVIDIA PhysX and NVIDIA CUDA technology the GeForce 9800 GTX+ is ready to enable a total new class of physical gaming interaction.

The Palit GeForce 9800 GTX+ features a core speed of 738MHz, a 1836MHz shader clock and 2,200 MHz on its 512 MB of GDDR3 memory with a 256bit interface, supports for the latest NVIDIA PhysX technology enables real-time physics simulations in leading edge PC and console games. It also supports NVIDIA CUDA technology, which unlocks the power of the GPU’s processing cores to accelerate the most demanding system tasks-such as video transcoding to deliver up to 7x the performance over traditional CPUs.

Supports the HybridPower power management technology, Palit GeForce 9800GTX+ allows users to unleash graphics performance or opt for a quiet, low-power PC experience when using non graphically-intensive applications. The Palit GeForce 9800 GTX+ is not only for gaming, equipped with the second generation NVIDIA PureVideo HD technology engine, but also delivers unsurpassed Blu-ray and HD DVD picture quality, which make it one of the best graphics solutions.

Source: Palit
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29 Comments on Palit Announces GeForce 9800 GTX+

#1
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
Go Froggy!
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#2
MopeyMartian
Oh boy, the war's heating up now!

In the US we can get a 4850 for ~$150 after rebates from newegg. Even it if the 9800 GTX+ comes out @ $200 manufacturers might still have to compete pretty hard to move this one.

This just might be the best gfx war EVER! :toast:

...unless they come out with new next-gen cards in another 6 months.
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#3
Unregistered
MopeyMartian said:
Oh boy, the war's heating up now!

In the US we can get a 4850 for ~$150 after rebates from newegg. Even it if the 9800 GTX+ comes out @ $200 manufacturers might still have to compete pretty hard to move this one.

This just might be the best gfx war EVER! :toast:

...unless they come out with new next-gen cards in another 6 months.
ya they will, sooner than that . GT200b .
#4
mdm-adph
Not a bad card, but how's it gonna compete pricewise with the 4850?
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#6
chron
i was so ready to buy one of these like less than 3 months ago. Then I got woo'd by the 4850. Now I'm thinking I should hold out for the 4870x2 lol. I'm just gonna end up waiting a year, and by the time i'm ready to upgrade i'll probably be broke again!
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#7
overclocker!
chron said:
i was so ready to buy one of these like less than 3 months ago. Then I got woo'd by the 4850. Now I'm thinking I should hold out for the 4870x2 lol. I'm just gonna end up waiting a year, and by the time i'm ready to upgrade i'll probably be broke again!
hahahhahah:laugh::laugh:
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#8
TheGoat Eater
btarunr said:
Go Froggy!
For me that can be taken two ways :D:toast:
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#9
ShadowFold
I havent seen many new cards from palit in america lately.. I hope they havent gave up on us :(
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#10
DaMulta
My stars went supernova
ShadowFold said:
I havent seen many new cards from palit in america lately.. I hope they havent gave up on us :(
9600GSO line
4850/4870
GTX260/280

?????Gave up on us?
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#11
ShadowFold
DaMulta said:
9600GSO line
4850/4870
GTX260/280

?????Gave up on us?
All ive seen is the 9600GSO and GTX 280. Where are you looking?
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#14
DaMulta
My stars went supernova
yes, I have ordered from them before.
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#15
DOM
ShadowFold said:
Is Xpcgear any good?
I never heard of them but that card comes out less then newegg with s/h vs just the Retail on the egg

site added to favs :D
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#16
ShadowFold
Yes I will grabbing one of those palit HD 48X0's.. I still havent decided between the 70 or 50 tho.
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#17
PrudentPrincess
I really think Palit could attract new customers if all of their cards came with custom coolers. The 8800gt Sonic was awesome, we need more cards like that.
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#18
TheGoat Eater
PrudentPrincess said:
I really think Palit could attract new customers if all of their cards came with custom coolers. The 8800gt Sonic was awesome, we need more cards like that.
most high/er end cards are only allowed to be reference design:shadedshu
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#19
PrudentPrincess
TheGoat Eater said:
most high/er end cards are only allowed to be reference design:shadedshu
What do you mean? There are many custom coolers available for the 9800gtx, its not like Nvidia makes it impossible.
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#20
eidairaman1
best if they just release the GT200 cards instead of the 9800,
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#21
DarkMatter
eidairaman1 said:
best if they just release the GT200 cards instead of the 9800,
LOL

why?
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#22
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
I was wondering where to find a palit 4870. Sites looks a tad dodgy, but then again, Im spoiled by the Egg.
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#23
DaMulta
My stars went supernova
WarEagleAU said:
I was wondering where to find a palit 4870. Sites looks a tad dodgy, but then again, Im spoiled by the Egg.
Yea me 2, but they have been around for a long time now. They also have a number that you can call them on.
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#25
ArkanHell
At Palit Team:
Creative1: "What about a Tiger, or a panther"
Creative2: "I prefer a Bear, polar may be, for coolness"
Creative3: "Hey take this, smoke it"
A few minutes later...
Creative3: "Im the way to the office this morning i roll over a frog hehe, hehe, hehe"
Creative2: "No way duuude! hehe hehe"
Creative3: "Yeah, his guts blow all over the route"
Creative1: "Hey, hey, what about a frog! for the video card hehe hehe hehe"
Creative3,2: "Oh yeah!!!"

The End
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