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GeForce 9600 GT pictured and benched in SLI

Posted on Tuesday, January 29 2008 @ 17:05:37 CET by

Pictures and benchmark results of the upcoming NVIDIA GeForce 9600 GT graphics card were published on the ChipHell forums. TweakTown published a writeup of the site's benchmark efforts with the card:
They have just turned things up a notch and tested not just one but two of the upcoming GPU’s in SLI dual graphics mode. For comparison purposes, they compare single and dual mode performance to a single GeForce 8800 Ultra in the 3DMark series.

Under Windows Vista on a 680i SLI motherboard with an Intel 3GHz E6850 processor and 2GB RAM, the 9600GT shows plenty of promise even with early drivers (171.16 beta). The SLI 9600GT setup manages to beat the 8800 Ultra under 3DMark06 by quite some margin – 13080 vs. 12142 marks. For reference, a single 9600GT will get you just over the 10k point mark.

Considering the price of the Ultra and what the mid-range 9600GT will probably be, it looks as if Nvidia already have a winner on their hands. Keep in mind the 9600GT is still at least a few weeks away and that will give the driver people at Nvidia even more chance to find tune the driver and suck even more performance out of the card.

If this card gets released quick enough and priced right NVIDIA may have another winner on its hands.



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