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Old 3rd August 2008, 14:11   #1
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Default NVIDIA 9500 GT Clocks Synced to PCIe Speed (Similar case as with 9600 GT)

TPU is the first to expose GeForce 9600GTs performance linked with PCIe frequency. And this time we find out that even a 9500GT do have this features.


http://en.expreview.com/2008/05/06/r...orce-9500gt/4/
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Anyone tested the 9800GT for this yet?
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9800 GT = 8800 GT , not the same design relying on the PCIe clocks
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9500GT equaled the 8600GTS, last I checked. But if it exhibits this behavior...
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9500 GT is a crippled 9600 GT
Geforce 9500 GT vs 8600 GT Benchmarks
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9500GT equaled the 8600GTS, last I checked. But if it exhibits this behavior...
In performance, yes, in tech specs, no.
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Aye, I meant performance.

So, what about GTX 260/280 then?
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Haven't seen anyone report this issue. Don't know if anyone cared to test yet
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