Palit 9800GT Super+ 1GB Single/SLI Video Card Review :: Gaming on two 9800GT Super+ 1GB cards in SLI

09-01-2008 · Category: Hardware - Video Cards

By Ben Sun

A single 9800GT is barely enough to run Crysis in 1280x1024 with 4x AA 16x AF comfortably. The card gets frame rates in the teens as you get further into the game. Two cards, on the other hand have frame rates of over 20 almost throughout the game. Turning up the resolution to 1680x1050 lowers the playability but it is still playable with two 9800GTs in SLI.

Tomb Raider Anniversary Edition is the bundled software that comes with the Palit 9800GT Super+ 1GB card. The game is as I stated earlier a re-imagining of the original Tomb Raider game from the early 1980s. The game played wonderfully on the Palit 9800GT with all resolutions playable. In SLI configuration two 9800GTs were able to turn on AA and AF throughout the game.

Space Siege is the latest action RPG from Sega and the makers of Dungeon Siege. The game is set on a space station called Armstrong. The game uses a updated version of the Dungeon Siege II engine using DirectX 9.0 effects like HDR without the bloom and geometry instancing. This game can run on any modern graphics card and runs without issues on the GeForce 9800GT either in single or SLI mode.


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Palit 9800GT Super+ 1GB Single/SLI Video Card Review
Palit 9800GT Super+ 1GB Single/SLI Video Card Review
Palit 9800GT Super+ 1GB Single/SLI Video Card Review
Palit 9800GT Super+ 1GB Single/SLI Video Card Review


Palit 9800GT Super+ 1GB Single/SLI Video Card Review
Palit 9800GT Super+ 1GB Single/SLI Video Card Review
Palit 9800GT Super+ 1GB Single/SLI Video Card Review
Palit 9800GT Super+ 1GB Single/SLI Video Card Review


Palit 9800GT Super+ 1GB Single/SLI Video Card Review
Palit 9800GT Super+ 1GB Single/SLI Video Card Review
Palit 9800GT Super+ 1GB Single/SLI Video Card Review
Palit 9800GT Super+ 1GB Single/SLI Video Card Review