Gigabyte GeForce 9600 GT Pro Reviews

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"The GigaByte 9600GT has proven itself to be a monster performer for its price range. It is also a very flexible video card, being able to play games, work as an HTPC video card, or even a PhysX GPU for those who already own a high end Nvidia video card. By increasing the memory interfacing to 256 bit, it has helped this little card use large textures while maintaining a decent frame rate. Looking around on the web I seen this video card start at around $110 USD, which again put this in a price point for just about anyone needing or looking for a flexible, yet cheap video card."
"After comparing the Gigabyte GV-NX96T512HP with other Geforce 9600GT cards, I have to say ... it's probably one of my favourites. The overall performance is very good and I think the price is just right. I particularly like the in-house designed heatpipe cooler, which offers total silence and works great in cooling the card."
"Gigabyte's attempt to custom the GeForce 9600 GT is a huge improvement over the reference board they pushed out at launch day. While that was a standard GeForce 9600 GT with a less than competitive price tag, this new Turbo Force version has quite a few tricks that set it apart from the competition. Firstly, the overclocked frequencies are one of the higher ones that we have seen and its performance reflect that. Then the presence of the passive cooler makes this a completely silent graphics card. Finally, the 2D/3D clock separation is another nice touch to reduce the power consumption and heat of the card when idling. The temperatures may seem a bit alarming to some users but with a properly ventilated chassis, it should be fine. With all these enhancements to the original design, this Gigabyte is a rather premium implementation of the GeForce 9600 GT and for that you can expect to pay around US$185. However, you may just like what you have paid."
"Gigabyte put together a solid product here, a large step-up from the standard 9600 GT. If it offers the performance levels you are after, this 9600 GT is certainly one you should consider."
"While the Geforce 9600GT isn't quite fast enough to be a killer gaming card on its own anymore, the Gigabyte GV-N96TSL-1GI can hold its own in games that aren't especially shader-intensive. For $150 CDN ($110 USD, £80GBP) the Gigabyte GV-N96TSL-1GI Silent Cell has made itself a very easy choice for those looking to build or upgrade a home theatre PC. Users who are also more concerned with a silent PC rather than bleeding-edge gaming performance should also give this card a closer look. The Gigabyte GV-N96TSL-1GI videocard has solid performance, excellent power efficiency and best of all it's completely silent."

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