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The GeForce 7900 GT is the flavor of the month with enthusiasts looking for a reasonably powerful high-end card worth their dollar. The problem though is it seems that there aren't enough of them to go round. We did manage to secure an extreme, overclocked version from XFX and here are our thoughts.
First seen in its mid-range cards, Gigabyte has extended its Silent-Pipe II series of passive coolers to the low-end Radeon X1300 PRO, creating a card that seems dead set to become a favorite with HTPC enthusiasts. How does this silent card compare with the reference card? Read on as we bring you the details.
Targeted at enthusiasts, XpertVision's latest GeForce 7600 GT is geared for the overclocking experience, from its faster memory chips to extra heatsinks. Its red PCB is also different from that on the vanilla GeForce 7600 GT cards in the market now. Read on to find out how much of a boost the Sonic is capable of.
History seems to be repeating itself as the GeForce 7600 GT is poised to duplicate the successful GeForce 6600 GT. With the mid-range market settling down after the initial flurry of launches, this is the time to compare vendors and not GPUs. Here then is our take on the MSI NX7600GT-T2D256E.
The latest in ASUS' line of passively cooled graphics card, the ASUS EAX1600XT Silent hopes to entice consumers with the promise of blissful silence. But how does this Radeon X1600 XT fare against its own competition and the similarly silent GeForce 7600 GS 'opponent'? We've got the details for you.
The ATI Radeon X1800 GTO is the red team's answer to its mid-range woes. This new card seeks to gun down the GeForce 7600 GT but can its features and performance make up for its higher price? We have all the answers with a retail Radeon X1800 GTO from GeCube.
The GeForce 7900 GT has swiftly become a favorite among enthusiasts, based on how quickly they've been selling out the moment they reach store shelves. As one of the biggest vendors around, MSI had its retail version ready immediately at launch and this was our experience.
ASUS brings their engineering experience to the Radeon X1300 PRO, with a heatsink redesign to enable a cooler and quieter performance. Join us as we examine how ASUS does its trick for this entry-level product.
You are right to have thought that the GeForce 7600 GT is the rightful 'successor' to the GeForce 6600 GT. But NVIDIA is not done yet and the real GeForce 6600 GT killer is none other than the GeForce 7600 GS, a card that blurs the distinction between the low and mid-range with its price and performance.
The successor to the hardy GeForce 6600 GT has finally dawned upon us and it's none other than the GeForce 7600 GT. ASUS scrambled their EN7600GT to our test labs and we put it through its paces to find out what surprises the GeForce 7600 GT has in store for you.