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Inno3D 9600GT OC 512MB DDR3 Overclocked Edition Dual DVI TV Out
Inno3D 9600GT OC 512MB DDR3 Overclocked Edition Dual DVI TV Out

Inno3D 9600GT OC 512MB DDR3 Overclocked Edition Dual DVI TV Out

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NVIDIA® Unified Architecture
Fully unified shader core dynamically allocates processing power to geometry, vertex, physics or pixel shading operations, delivering up to 2X the gaming performance of prior generation GPUs.
GigaThread Technology
Massively multi-threaded architecture supports thousands of independent, simultaneous threads, providing extreme processing efficiency in advanced, next generation shader programs.
Full Microsoft DirectX 10 Support
Worlds first DirectX 10 GPU with full Shader Model 4.0 support delivers unparalleled levels of graphics realism and film-quality effects.
NVIDIA® SLI technology
Delivers up to 2X the performance of a single graphics card configuration for unequaled gaming experiences by allowing two cards to run in parallel. The must-have feature for performance PCI Express graphics, SLI technology dramatically scales performance on todays hottest games.
Specification:

* Product - Inno3D Geforce 9600GT OC (Overclocked Edition)
* Chipset - Geforce 9600GT
* Memory - 512MB GDDR3
* Core Frequency - 700MHz
* Memory Frequency - 1900MHz
* RAMDAC - 400MHZ
* Interface - PCI-Express
* Memory Bus - 256-bit
* Stream Processors - 64
* Max. Resolution - 2560 x 1600
* SLI Ready - Yes
* Output - Dual-Link DVI, HDTV
* HDCP - Yes

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2 Comments

Lukewarm from me. Factory overclocked cards are a con. They're notoriously unreliable, frequently require downclocking to official stock speeds, and usually aren't clocked that high anyway. This one here, for example, is a mere 50MHz faster than the model £6 cheaper - just a 7% gain, and that's practically unnoticable in majority of circumstances. The only times you are going to notice a difference are when your system freezes solid, or when you get graphical corruption. And besides, the 8800GT isn't that much more expensive, and that's a far faster card. One to skip, I say.
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