Items tagged with 760

GDHardware.com has a whole lot of 7600 goodness with their XFX & MSI 7600GT shoot-out. Performance is similar of course, with the XFX holding a slight lead. MSI on the other hand has packed one heck of a cooler on their card, which could lead to some good overclocking results. "If we had to pick which of the two is are favorite we'd have to give the slight nod to XFX. Between their better stock clock rates and double lifetime warranty we feel as if they're the ones to beat. Hardcore overclockers are going to want to snag the MSI card as its cooler lends to that demographic - or I... Read more...
In their latest review, Hardware Zone has pitted the MSI NX7600GT-T2D256E against ASUS's EN7600GT 256MB. While you're not going to see any kind of clear performance winner, you do get a chance to see what kind of bundle MSI provides, the card's overclocking potentional, and decide if it's worth the $179 price tag. "History seems to be repeating itself as the GeForce 7600 GT is poised to duplicate the successful GeForce 6600 GT. With the mid-range market settling down after the initial flurry of launches, this is the time to... Read more...
After their initial launch, new GeForce 7900 and 7600 series cards have been slow to roll in here, although they are plentiful in the retail channel.  Regardless we are now getting product in from XFX and many others here shortly.  In the mean time, check out TweakTown's look at Gigabyte's offering... I personally use a Radeon X1900XTX because it is better at what I play, predominately Battlefield 2 yet the biggest problem with it is the noise output - it is just way too loud and you really have to crank up the speakers or use headphones to get over it. The 7900GTX I feel is the... Read more...
NVIDIA's replacement for the aging GeForce 6600 GS and answer to ATI's Radeon X1600 series has been launched as the GeForce 7600 GS. Various websites have posted previews and limited reviews of this new GPU with some solid results. We've taken the liberty of consolidating these reviews in one place for your viewing pleasure. PC Impact Hardware Zone PC Perspective Legit Reviews Firing Squad   (From Hardware Zone) - Based on the MSI NX7600GS-T2D256EH that we have just seen, the GeForce 7600 GS not only runs circles around the GeForce 6600 GT,... Read more...
The Asian enthusiast website HardSpell has posted images and information regarding the vendor Galaxy's new graphics card which features two GeForce 7600 GT GPU's on a single PCB. Shown for the first time at CeBIT, this new graphics card is a continuation of the dual-GPU cards we've previously seen from both ASUS and Gigabyte. No word yet on pricing or availability, though cards like this certainly seem perfect for a SFF system where space is a premium.Driven home news : During the just-concluded Cebit, the Galaxy have revealed to the media will be launched by double-sold the Xianka products, today... Read more...
Product refreshes in the Graphics world have tended to become rather casual, commonplace occurrences.  A little tweak here, a clock speed bump there and presto, there's a new SKU to fill the store shelves and something new to look at in the benchmarks.  Historically, refreshes or "kickers" as they are sometimes known, often are just the result of manufacturing process enhancements, a different bond-out option on the GPU, or even a software modification that unlocks or locks, as the case may be, certain features within the architecture.  NVIDIA's launch of new additions... Read more...
NVIDIA has launched a new flagship GPU in the way of the GeForce 7900 GTX and GeForce 7900 GT which have been thoroughly reviewed on the Hot Hardware testbench. In similar fashion, NVIDIA is also launching the GeForce 7600 GT which has proven to be a very potent mainstream GPU in our testing. In closing, we've scoured the internet this morning to bring you all the other reviews we can find for NVIDIA's latest and greatest GPU's. HardOCP PC Perspective Tech Report Beyond3D nV News Guru3D  ... Read more...
The Inquirer has posted some of the first pics of a supposed EVGA GeForce 7600GT OC graphics card in the wild. The post includes some preliminary specifications including 600MHz / 1580MHz operating frequencies which should make the card perform exceptionally well against similarly-priced cards. Again, time will tell and we'll reserve final judgement until we have the cards on our testbenches. The RAM is branded as K4J52324QC-BC14, which should be set at 700MHz (DDR3-1400), but as this is an EVGA OC card, 780MHz (1560MHz) shouldn't be beyond reach.... Read more...
Our friends at the TechReport have just posted and article that pits Intel's Pentium M 760 up against AMD's Turion 64 ML-44.  These two mobile CPUs represent the best single-core technology available from AMD and Intel for the mobile space.  Core Duo is here and dual-core Turions are on the Horizon, but if you want to know which processor reigns supreme in the current landscape, Scott's bound to give you his opinion. "ALTHOUGH INTEL HAS BEEN STRUGGLING on the desktop front of late, things on the mobile side have been going just fine,... Read more...
Hey folks, the work week is back in full force, and so is the news. In the chaotic war of "Do video games rot your brain?", a new battle seems to have been won by the gamers. How do games help this time? Apparently they speed up your visual processing. The article starts off by saying "but when they're ready to go out they can find their keys quicker than the rest of us"... yeah, right. That's one area where video games haven't helped me :( ASRock K8 Upgrade 760GX Motherboard @ PC Perspective "The main advantage of supporting two different CPU packages is clearly the ability... Read more...
The DFI AK76 AMD 760 Mainboard Via and AMD...What a Combination! By Jeff Bouton 7/18/01   One of the more beneficial new technologies to appear in the last year is Double-Data Rate RAM.  The benefits of this technology has become widely known and as a result, widely adopted my most major motherboard and videocard manufacturers.  When it was initially introduced, price differences between standard SDRAM and DDR were fairly large.  However with recent price drops in the market, DDR has become a far more economical and widely adopted solution.  Allowing for superior performance... Read more...
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