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    Headlines - Inno3D announces its NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GTX+

    Inno3D wastes no time in announcing one of the first 55nm GeForce 9800 GTX+ graphics cards and promises a 15% boost in performance.
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    Re: Headlines - Inno3D announces its NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GTX+

    well tbh, i dont expect these new 55nm chips todo well compared to ati/amd. Ati have had worked with 55nm alot longer than nivida and can then use it to a higher degree of power. This 15% performance boost is ok but its nvidia, they have just been releasing time and time again a refresh and something renamed, the only difference is the 55nm move but its not a huge jump compared to the older cards jumps.

    I wonder if nvidia really get off their asses and make this card better than expected.
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    Re: Headlines - Inno3D announces its NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GTX+

    Quote Originally Posted by Hicks12 View Post
    well tbh, i dont expect these new 55nm chips todo well compared to ati/amd. Ati have had worked with 55nm alot longer than nivida and can then use it to a higher degree of power. This 15% performance boost is ok but its nvidia, they have just been releasing time and time again a refresh and something renamed, the only difference is the 55nm move but its not a huge jump compared to the older cards jumps.

    I wonder if nvidia really get off their asses and make this card better than expected.
    In the end it doesn't really matter if it's just a refresh, as long as it's better than the previous card, and it beats the competition (cheaply) then the consumer gets a better deal.

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