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Inno3D 9600GT 512MB DDR3 only £74.32 delivered from ebuyer!!!
Inno3D 9600GT 512MB DDR3 only £74.32 delivered from ebuyer!!!

Inno3D 9600GT 512MB DDR3 only £74.32 delivered from ebuyer!!!

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This is cheap, and the performance is really good too!
Cheap alternative to the 4850 by around £45 less

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Original Poster

Here is an extensive review from guru3d:

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I have a 8600GT, is this significantly better?

zeroquai;2635202

I have a 8600GT, is this significantly better?



Roughly speaking it's about twice as quick in most situations from what I've seen. But as always that assumes that any other bits in your system wouldn't cause a bottleneck when you upgrade the graphics card.

Cheap alternative to the 4850 by around £45 less



Cheap, yes. Alternative to the 4850, no.

Sorry but the 4850 seems to be giving about 50% extra over the 9600GT especially at higher resolutions. Don't get me wrong, the 9600GT is a nice mid-range card competing against the 3850 from ATi and it's a good deal at this price but the 4850 is really the start of the high performance range at the moment. IMO of course :-D

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BOFH_UK;2635372

Cheap, yes. Alternative to the 4850, no.Sorry but the 4850 seems to be … Cheap, yes. Alternative to the 4850, no.Sorry but the 4850 seems to be giving about 50% extra over the 9600GT especially at higher resolutions. Don't get me wrong, the 9600GT is a nice mid-range card competing against the 3850 from ATi and it's a good deal at this price but the 4850 is really the start of the high performance range at the moment. IMO of course :-D



i completely agree, it is a fact. my main highlight however is the price difference.

BOFH_UK;2635264

Roughly speaking it's about twice as quick in most situations from what … Roughly speaking it's about twice as quick in most situations from what I've seen. But as always that assumes that any other bits in your system wouldn't cause a bottleneck when you upgrade the graphics card.




I'm slightly limited as I have a Dell, which only has a 350W power supply- so these lower mid range cards are the only ones suitable. Rest of my system is core2duo 1.8ghz, and 4gb ram, so hopefully the graphics card is the main bottleneck at the moment...
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