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Chaintech GeForce 9600 GT card unveiled

Posted on Thursday, February 21 2008 @ 13:41:46 CET by

Today is the launch date of NVIDIA's GeForce 9600 GT! Chaintech was the first firm to send us some information about their new GSE96GT graphics card:
The new 9600GT offers an even more updated core code named G94. GeForce 9600GT graphics card is NVIDIA’s first performance product running on a 256-bit bus; moreover, it supports HDMI which brings not only cutting-edge DirectX 10 gaming experience but also HD video enjoyment.

The all new CHAINTECH GSE96GT runs a core clock rate of 650MHz and 1800MHz memory clock. The card comes with 512MB of GDDR3 memory running on a 256-bit bus. To keep pace of cutting-edge technology, CHAINTECH GSE96GT graphics card is equipped with a DVI to HDMI adapter and SPDIF IN on board. Along with this simple connectivity, the audio/video signals on PC will be correspondingly transmitted to LCD for users to watch the latest HD DVD or Blu-ray video on HDTV.

For more realistic gaming effect, CHAINTECH GSE88GT not only comes with PCI Express 2.0 interface to facilitate high transfer rates but also utilizing DirectX 10 to achieve the best vivid image quality.

The SLI technology definitely brings out the superiority of CHAINTECH GSE96GT graphics card. It is said that the performance of two GeForce 9600GT using SLI technology is much better than GeForce 8800GT and 8800GTS 512MB graphics cards. In short, CHAINTECH GSE96GT graphics card could be the next generation card to own. It is really a good chance for performance users to finally jump to a substantial DirectX 10 card that is actually capable of running DirectX 10 games at a playable frame rate.



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