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Old 29th August 2007, 15:41   #1
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Default Palit HD 2600 XT - Speed vs Memory

In a war that has spanned over decades which has caused tension between the enthusiast and the noob, we all ask what’s better; more memory or more speed. Palit continue to expand the “Super” and “Sonic” line up with each new release from AMD. The latest participants to the epic battle is the HD 2600 XT, coming standard with 256MB of GDDR3 memory Palit have taken it upon themselves to offer three models.

There’s the standard model which we don’t really care about, because everyone knows that standard is boring. We then have the Sonic which is an overclocked 256MB GDDR3 card, and in the other corner we have the Super which comes in at stock clocks but carries with it 512MB of GDDR3 memory.
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