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Midrange Graphics Card Round Up

Midrange Graphics Card Round Up

Gainward Bliss 9600 GT

Gainward’s packaging follows a similar design to their recent products and there is a little information given on the card such as amount of memory. Overall though additional specifications would be useful and allow the uneducated consumer to make an informed decision. The bundle includes Tomb Raider Anniversary, Cyberlink software and audio cables. There is no need for a HDMI adapter here as we will see shortly.

It is pretty clear from the images above that Gainward are setting out to make their 9600 GT different to the reference design and this continues as much as is possible on the inner workings of the card. The use of DDR3 (K4J52324QE-BJ1A, 1.0ns ), a 256bit bus, 16 ROPs and the 65nm G94 are all standard but the various clock speeds of the card are not. First up is the core at 700MHz, 60MHz above stock and shader processors come in at 1750MHz which is 125MHz above the reference specifications.

As well as having a dual slot cooler which is significantly different to the reference card Gainward also offer quite a different set of outputs. We do have the standard dual-link DVIs but there is also an HDMI socket, DisplayPort socket and even an optical audio out. For anyone thinking about the perfect card for today’s displays or future models Gainward would seem to have everything covered here.

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