ECS GeForce 9600 GSO launched

Posted on Wednesday, Apr 30 2008 @ 14:50 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
ECS has unveiled its new GeForce 9600 GSO graphics card:
The N9600GSO-384MX-F graphics card comes with 384 MB GDDR3 memory and a 192-bit memory interface, and 550 MHz core and 1600 MHz memory clock speed. With its powerful 96 processor cores, the 9600GSO GPU-based graphics card realizes the gaming desire without any compromise of the graphics performance. Targeting at the mainstream segment, the N9600GSO-384MX-F graphics card is meant to be the excellent choice delivering unprecedented graphics power without high price tag.

Featuring the support for DirectX 10 and resolutions up to 2560 x 1600, experiencing the pleasure with those popular games is no longer unreachable for gamers now. For platforms that support multi-GPUs, the N9600GSO-384MX-F graphics card fully supports NVIDIA SLI® technology that dramatically boosts the graphics performance which is leading gamers to the fantastic gaming land. The compatibility with the latest PCI Express 2.0 interface assures gamers that the N9600GSO-384MX-F graphics card allows gamers to keep up with the trend of future games and any 3D applications.

For digital home entertainment requirement, the N9600GSO-384MX-F graphics card features the second-generation PureVideo® HD Technology which provides high-definition video decoding acceleration and post-processing that brings users the image clarity, smooth video, accurate color, and precise image scaling for movies and video. The hardware-level decoding capabilities dramatically release the CPU utilization which could even drop down to less than 10%. Leveraging this incredible feature, gamers are able to enjoy the HD video playback as well without critical requirement of the CPU.


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