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Monday, 14 January 2008 10:23

GeForce 9600 GT tested

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By Chinese website

It looks like the GeForce 9600 GT isn't too far away, as more and more benchmarks are starting to appear and this time it looks to be a full-on suite of tests that has been done by PCOnline China.

Their card was clocked at 650MHz for the GPU, with the 512MB of 256-bit GDDR3 memory at 1,800MHz and the Shaders at 1,625MHz. They compared it to a GeForce 8800 GS, 8600 GTS and a Radeon HD 3850 256MB.

Juding by their numbers, this is an undeningly good card for its expected price bracket. It was tested using a QX6800 Core 2 Extreme processor, a Gigabyte X38 board and 2GB of DDR2 800MHz memory.

The results will speak for themselves, but there's no denying that this is looking to be one of the best mid-range cards ever. It beats the competition in just about every test and PCOnline has turned up the resultion quite high in most games.

ATI is going to face some tough competition for the 3850-series from this card as it seems to be beaten in just about every single test, although it's worth nothing that this was a 256MB card.

They also have some good pictures of the card in the nude if this is the kind of thing that turn you on.

You can find the review here

You can also find a few additional benchmarks here but it's not clear on what platform they've been done.
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