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Nvidia shows they can make 55nm parts too. The 9800 GTX+ is born.

Yes Nvidia is trying to combat ATI's NDA removalby announcing their own 55nm part. Behold the wonder that is the 9800 GTX+! PCPerspective has laid out the specs of this card as follows:

  • MSRP: $229
  • Core clock: 738 MHz
  • Shader clock: 1836 MHz
  • 512MB GDDR3 Memory @ ~1000 MHz
  • 2- and 3-Way SLI support
  • kick in the ass

I think $229 is pretty awesome because the best price for a "normal" 65nm 9800 GTX at Newegg right now is, wait for it... $229.99!

PCPerspective also posted pics of a naked 9800 GTX+ in order to prove its 55nmness.

I will add this new card to the database right now, because I care. Some people even say that I sometimes care too much...

The 9800 GTX+ page is up so now you can do wacky things like comparing the 9800 GTX+ to the tried and true 9800 GTX. Or maybe you would prefer the 9800 GTX+ vs the HD 4850...

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