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Foxconn GeForce 9800GTX Review

Posted on Wednesday, May 21 2008 @ 13:30:02 CEST by


The card from the outside looks like a standard GeForce 9800 GTX reference video card with the shiny, Darth Vader's helmet-like shroud that covers the card and the standard two DVI-outputs, golden fingers, and two PCI-Express connectors. However on the inside there are some differences, the most major one being that the card is overclocked out of the box. The GPU is clocked 55MHz more than the standard clock of 685MHz and the RAM is up to 2280MHz from 2200MHz. This is a nice bonus from Foxconn of not having to work with overclocking utilities or voiding your warranty but giving you a speed boost over the normal default speed. Also the Foxconn card features Japanese solid state capacitors which extend the lifespan over normal capacitors and also run cooler which is a great bonus. More information can be found at Foxconn's website.



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