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    9800GT Green Edition!

    First pictures of a production card:

    http://www.fudzilla.com/index.php?op...2659&Itemid=34

    No power connector too!


    Those despicable Elk,stealing the pond weed!

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    Re: 9800GT Green Edition!

    You really should read the news section CAT
    http://forums.hexus.net/hexus-net/15...o-edition.html

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    Re: 9800GT Green Edition!

    I wonder if any OC editions will come out I.e. ones that come on that smaller PCB and have a closer core frequency to the normal 9800GT (if that's possible)?

    Personally, i'm quite interested in this card as I was a bit silly when i built my PC and used a case that was rather short, and as I don't want to pay out for another case, and also cba swapping everything over, this card represents a nice solution to upgrade to for me (currently using an old 7900GS).

    I'm not interested in the power consumption too much, just the shorter card length.

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    Re: 9800GT Green Edition!

    I wonder how much this would cost. More or less than the current 9800GT?

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    Re: 9800GT Green Edition!

    I hope it's less I bet it sells a bit more at first (premium?) but might settle down after a few weeks to a nicer price point. Considering the PCB is smaller and probably cheaper to make (I would assume), then it could certainly be sold cheaper if they wanted it to.

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    Re: 9800GT Green Edition!

    Quote Originally Posted by Ulti View Post
    I wonder how much this would cost. More or less than the current 9800GT?
    Probably more

    It's 4.98*

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    Re: 9800GT Green Edition!

    Looks like a good HTPC card or a possible folder using only one slot.

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    Re: 9800GT Green Edition!

    Really want to see how this preforms vs the 4670 range

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    Re: 9800GT Green Edition!

    Quote Originally Posted by Article
    ...doesn't need additional power as the 75 Watts from the PCI-Express 2.0 x16 slot is just enough.
    What if you have PCI-E 1.0 x16?

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    Re: 9800GT Green Edition!

    Quote Originally Posted by PwnDirect View Post
    Really want to see how this preforms vs the 4670 range
    Given that is only declocked about 10% on core & shaders (and not at all on memory) it *should* perform within 10% of a stock 9800GT, in which case you need to head over to the Hexus HD4830 review which has a side by side comparison of a stock 4670 and a stock 9800GT (as well as the 4830, obviously )
    Quote Originally Posted by transylvanic View Post
    What if you have PCI-E 1.0 x16?
    Assuming it conforms to specification, it will also provide 75watss

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