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Point of View GeForce 9800 GTX+ with Arctic Cooling unveiled

Posted on Monday, September 29 2008 @ 15:34:34 CEST by

Point of View debuts a new GeForce 9800 GTX+ graphics card with a cooler from Arctic Cooling:
The 55nm built GeForce 9800GTX+ is one of the better performing graphics cards on the market. The high performance and good pricing make it an excellent choice for gamers all over the world. To get even more performance out of the graphics card while pushing down the operating temperatures we’ve decided to team up with one of the biggest names in the cooling business; Arctic Cooling.

Arctic cooling is a well-known brand in the market for its innovative coolers. They pride themselves with high performance and silent operation. And as we all know: cooler operation + 55nm GPU equals better overclocking possibilities!

The ingenious cooling method makes use of copper heatpipes, transporting the heat to the heatsink covering the full length of the card. After that, the two silent fans will take care of it. Depending on your personal case structure, you can expect a temperature drop up to 10 to 20 percent whilst making less noise!

The card itself has 512 MB DDR3 memory running on 2200 MHz. The GPU core has a speed of 738 MHz and its shader processors are running on an impressive speed of 1836 MHz. Expect nothing but high frame rates en perfect performance on all games!



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