MSI releases 8 versions of the Geforce 9800 GT
As tcmagazine.com reports, MSI is going to introduce eight different models of the Geforce 9800 GT to the markets.
Two cards are clocked with Nvidia's default values, have 512 MiByte VRAM and are cooled by two different dual slot cooling solutions. Four models, with almost identical cooling solutions, have different clock speeds. They are set to 660 Megahertz for the core and 950 Megahertz for the video memory. Another model has the same frequencies but a different cooling solution: it is equipped with the aluminum version of the Zalman VF1000.
The flagship of the new array is the N9800GT-T2D1G-OC. With 1,024 MiByte VRAM, clocked to 900 Megahertz, are placed on the board. The core is set to 660 Megahertz. The cooler that is used, is similar to the Quadro design and uses four heatpipes.
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