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Old 14th February 2008, 14:26   #1
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Default Nvidia partner to launch four 9600GT cards

It's come to our attention that Nvidian partner is readying four 9600GT models, of which two will be passively cooled. All cards will be clocked at the reference speeds, but only two of the four models will offer HDMI with S/PDIF support.

First up is the PX96GT512D3, which is a fan-cooled bog standard version with the S/PDIF enabled HDMI model going under the model name of PX96GT512D3.

The two passively cooled cards feature the same setup with the plain model being the PX96GT512D3 heat-pipe, while the HMDI is called PX96GT512D3 heat-pipe. The GPU of all three models will be clocked at 650MHz with the Shaders at 1,625MHz, and finally the 512MB of GDDR3 memory at 1,800MHz. mid=34
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