While ATI/AMD have made attempts to compete on value NVIDIA has answered back with a die shrunk “stripped” down version for the rest of us mere mortals who don’t want to shell out 5 bills for a great performing card. Then came along the 9000 Series, which by many accounts was simply a rehash of the…err, rehash. In all actuality the PNY 9600 GT that we’re featuring here today holds slight differences between the 8800 GT and 8800 GTS in order to make it more of a mainstream value card.
The PNY 9600 GT we’ve got here today is built to the reference specification set forth by NVIDIA. It has a standard G94 GPU with 505 million transistors, with a clock speed of 650MHz, Stream processor clock of 1625MHz, and 512MB of GDDR3 memory clocked up 1800MHz.
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