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inno3D GeForce 9600 GT Review - Page 2 of 5

THE INNO3D GEFORCE 9600 GT

The 9600 GT is slightly underpowered when it comes to the number of stream processors. Compared to the 8800 GT at 112 stream processors, the 9600 GT only has 64 stream processors. This essentially means that the 9600 GT cannot perform as much parallel processing on objects as the 8800 GT can.

Card Comparison

The form factor of the card follows the lead of the 8800 GTs, only needing a single slot in the PC. This is great for those gamers without a lot of room in their case.

The inno3D 9600 GT Overclock

CPU-Z

The stock 9600 GT runs at a core clock speed of 650MHz, memory clock speed of 900MHz, and shader clock speed of 1625MHz. According to GPU-Z, the inno3D 9600 GT Overclocked runs at a core clock speed of 700MHz, memory clock speed of 950MHz, and shader clock speed of 1680MHz.

GPU-Z Report

3DMARK06

This card performed adequately when running 3dMark06. It scored 9,365 3DMarks straight out of the box.

3dMark06

3dMark06 Specifics

BENCHMARKS

Next I will look at real world performance with some of the more grueling games available. All of the games were played with the display settings set to the maximum. Crysis would only allow for High settings, so that is considered the maximum for these benchmarks. Also, whenever AntiAliasing is enabled, Gamma Correct and Supersampling Transparency AntiAliasing is also enabled. Oblivion was the only game for which I set the nVidia drivers to "Override any application setting" for Antialiasing. All games had Anisotropic filtering set to 8x. The nVidia drivers used in this review are the 169.09 release.

Next Page: Performance at 1440x900

Last Updated on March 25, 2008


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