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Wednesday, 05 March 2008 19:32

Albatron showcases its 9600GT

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Cebit 08: In-house design

 

 


Albatron is showcasing a new version of Nvidia´s 9600GT card, this time based on Albatron's own design with a blue PCB. The in-house design features a fan that is located on the opposite side compared to the reference design, so it blows the hot air back into the case.

The clocks are still unknown, but the new card will probably end up with reference clocks since there is no significant change to the PCB. The new position of the fan, which is also larger than the one on the reference design, should bring the noise and temperature down a bit.

I´m sorry for the blurry picture, but perspex and CeBIT´s bright lightning takes its toll when you try to take pictures.

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