Gigabyte GV-NX66T256DE Silent Pipe II ReviewPosted on 2005-11-19 02:38:35 by LSDsmurf
NVIDIA’s 6600GT graphics processor was launched last year with much fanfare. At the time it was the best performing mid-range graphics processor—typically matching the previous generation high-end Radeon 9800 Pro and GeForce FX5950 Ultra. Back then NVIDIA limited 6600GT configurations to 128MB graphics memory because a 256MB 6600GT would give the 6800 a good run for its money in Doom 3. With the current GeForce 7800GTX dominating gaming benchmarks and NVIDIA lacking a GeForce 7 series mid-range offering, graphics card manufacturers have begun rejuvenating the 6600GT to better compete with ATI’s yet-to-be available X1300..