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    Reviews - Inno3D GeForce iChiLL 9800 GT - the coolest card in the world?

    Inno3D's iChiLL 9800 GT looks to freeze out the competition by pre-overclocking the 9800 GT and offering an uprated cooler.

    We investigate whether it is successful.
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    Re: Reviews - Inno3D GeForce iChiLL 9800 GT - the coolest card in the world?

    Not even nearly twin-slots as some were saying then.

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    Re: Reviews - Inno3D GeForce iChiLL 9800 GT - the coolest card in the world?

    I think i'd go for sapphire's custom version of 4850 instead of this one, its just alot faster and about the same price

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    Re: Reviews - Inno3D GeForce iChiLL 9800 GT - the coolest card in the world?

    Is this the 65 or 55nm chip, Hexus?

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    Re: Reviews - Inno3D GeForce iChiLL 9800 GT - the coolest card in the world?

    GPU-Z reported 65nm, but I'm not sure whether that's accurate.

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    Re: Reviews - Inno3D GeForce iChiLL 9800 GT - the coolest card in the world?

    All I can is... it's bloody big.
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    Re: Reviews - Inno3D GeForce iChiLL 9800 GT - the coolest card in the world?

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael H View Post
    GPU-Z reported 65nm, but I'm not sure whether that's accurate.
    If you remove the cooler and take a picture of the die, pm me the pic I can tell you if its 55nm or 65nm

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    Re: Reviews - Inno3D GeForce iChiLL 9800 GT - the coolest card in the world?

    http://www.hexus.net/content/item.php?item=15301&page=7 1680x1050 for Call of Duty benchmark - any reason the leadtek and palit have switched places, its only this benchmark thats switched around.

    wish i could see the new graphs in action, my end is blurry due to knackered graphics card, i am sure they look all sparkly and exciting though..

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    Re: Reviews - Inno3D GeForce iChiLL 9800 GT - the coolest card in the world?

    Stevie,

    That's more to do with me than the graphs. It's the first time they've been properly rolled out.

    I've changed it to be consistent with the rest.

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