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|2nd September 2006, 12:52||#1|
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Gigabyte and Palit 7300GT Video Cards
Recently, and to pack an offer of entry of a little failing range, NVIDIA left its hat GeForce 7300GT. Hybrid between GeForce 7300 and 7600, it had then of official frequencies rather relatively low, but an INtÃ©ressant tariff vis-a-vis with the 7600GS, then to 150 €.
Certain manufacturers smelled besides the interest of this product, and the potential which resulted from this. Thus, they decided to exploit the frequencies, and to frankly push them with the rise, in order to obtain a product much more effective than envisaged.
It is the case of Palit and Gigabyte, which put on the market of such charts. One exploiting frequencies really higher and the other being more reasonable, but making in silence thanks to a system of passive cooling.
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