- Brand Name: EVGA
- Model Number: 512-P3-N871-AR
- Item Package Quantity: 1
- Graphics Coprocessor: GeForce 9800 GTX+
- Graphics Card Ram: 0.5 GB
EVGA 512-P3-N871-AR GeForce 9800GTX 512MB DDR3 PCI-E 2.0 Graphics Card
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- PCI Express 2.0 Compatible
- GeForce 9800 GTX with 675MHz clock
- 512MB 256-bit 0.8 ns GDDR3 memory
- 1100 MHz clock/2.2 GHz effective memory rate
- Full DirectX 10 and Open GL 2.1 Support
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I tossed on Crysis and went from low settings on my 7800GT to high settings on 2nd highest resolution (on my 24" monitor) - no AA. I haven't tried 1920x1200 but I'm doubtful since Crysis is such a resource hog. I cranked HL2:E2 all the way up with AA and all.
I can't even being to tell you how long this card is compared to cards in 7 series. I would say 3 inches longer than the 7800GT and much thicker. But the dual slot is worth it - since it helps vent all the heat out.
From everything I've read, these cards are very easy to OC and they do it well.
One last thing, if your board is PCI-E 1.0 - the card still works. I wouldn't say the card is future proof but it's ready for the new boards with PCI-E 2.0. So again - don't think twice about upgrading. If you need a new card and you got the cash - this is a great card!
If you're thinking of upgrading from a 7 series - I wouldn't think twice. If you're at a 8800GTS-G92 then it might be worth the wait until the next series (check Tom's Hardware for more info).
I upgraded from ATI x1900xtx to Geforce 9800 gtx(exactly 16 months)
This card is huge ,you need to have good size case.I had to change the position of one of my hard disks.
The evga card is well built and rugged.
Very easy to install,Evga drivers cd install all you need.No hassles
Once the card is started ,its very quiet.I checked the graphic cards temps it showed 60 degrees(no load).On high load ,temps increases to 70 Celsius,still the fan is very quiet at 23% speed(default)
My room temp is 28c,my cpu temp 40 degrees Celsius
It blows all games out of the water except crysis only at high settings ,no AA.
if you have money to blow ,this is a very good card top buy.
Also lifetime warranty ,its a very good daily.
The performance is pretty solid, even compared to my "old" 8800 ultra, with the added benefit of MUCH less heat. Installation in my tower was a bit tricky due to the size of the cards and the location of the secondary PCI-E slot, but doable.
The bundle was a bit lacking, just the normal plethora of odd cables but that was no big deal to me.
As far as I know they're very overclock friendly, but air cooling is perfectly adequit for stock speeds with these cards.
If you're in need of an upgrade these are great cards overall, though waiting a few months for a true "new" generation release might be more beneficial.
Ok runs COD4 at 1650x1080 res. with full graphic settings in a smooth awesome way.
Scores 15500 3dmarks full overclocked and runs so cool, it has a powerfull fan... I luv black color with these green decals.. go get it if u can afford one. Awesome hardware. Way to go EVGA! Thanks Amazon!
Your processor and your monitor being the biggest things to consider.
I have an E8400 Intel Core 2 duo and an LG 22 inch 1680x1050 monitor.
The reason the monitor's resolution matters is because the higher the resolution your running the more work the GPU has to do.
The reason the processor matters is it does a lot of the work itself as well.
Now, all that being said, with my components this card runs every game I have thrown at it on full settings. I have noticed that as of late, some of the newer games are starting to force me to come down from 16x AA a little. That being said, the games still run flawlessly.
I paid over 300 bucks for this card when I bought it new last year and at the price it is at now I couldn't recommend it more.
However, I don't believe the card would handle a 1080p monitor all that well. I am sure it would run it fine, I just don't think your going to get full settings without noticing some frame rate loss in games. But if your running 1680x1050 like I am, you will be very happy with this card. Like I said, everything runs on full settings save for AA in some games.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
GeForce 9800s of every variety will crash when in 3d games. Just google it and you will see. You might get lucky and get a good one, but A LOT are defective and it doesn't just... Read morePublished on March 14, 2012 by Michael J. Wallace
fantastico ahora mi entretenimiento sera mucho mas extenso ya que puedo distraerme jugando los mejores juegos de pecado existencial que Necesidad de ir a la calle.Published on January 9, 2010 by Wilmer Gonzalez
This product was great... but it showed little improvement from my prior card, the 8800gt.Published on January 24, 2009 by Naota
I purchased this card to upgrade the lame video card that came standard on my computer, and am very happy. Read morePublished on December 17, 2008 by Seapee
I do not have any complaint, the product is excellent and works to the perfection.
I recommend it.
This card is a great value for the cost. I bought it after my 8800GTX died on me after a little over a year of use. Read morePublished on December 7, 2008 by Michael J. Hara Jr.
the 9800gtx is working great with every game. i'm working on high specs on every game(crysis,devil may cry 4,gears of war...) and the 9800 is handling it well. Read morePublished on August 4, 2008 by Mr. Mahmoud Maatouk
this card is amazing. but you guys need download from evga web this : evga precision. this is a tool for control fan and overclock.this card not run hot. Read morePublished on August 4, 2008 by ricardo rodriguez
This card is amazing. I can now run all my games at full detail and full res with AA.
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