Inno3D 9600 GSO, BFG 9600 GT & BFG 8800 G

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Introduction

Everyone would love to have the best graphics card available but to most people they are non-essential luxuries. For this reason the average consumer looks more to the midrange or budget market and so today in the first of a two part article we will be looking at some of the Nvidia cards that are on offer in the £70-£150 ($120-$190) range to demonstrate how much performance each provides. In the near future we will be following up with a look at cards in the £30-£70 range.

Each card will be tested at a minimum of 1680×1050 on a selection of gaming and media tests and we shall also take a look at the thermal performance and overclocking potential for those who want to squeeze a little more value out of their purchase.

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