Definitely Nickel Flake.
My memory might be bad, but I'm pretty sure reference PCBs are identical. Wasn't the 9800 GTX very quickly replaced by the + because the normal one couldn't keep up with the 4850?
The G92 cards often share PCB layouts, the 8800 GT and GTS have exactly the same layout (I got a GT block on the GTS).
+1 on this.
Newer GTX+ arnt reference ... be awere !
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Differance for reference design 9800 cards is only 65 to 55nm gtx/gtx+
i have Asus 9800GTX+ With full coverage EkWaterblock 9800GTX
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