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Inno3D GeForce 7600 GST

Manufacturer: Inno3D
Supplied by:
Inno3D
MSRP: $175.00

by Dean Barker  (6/29/2006)

Introduction

What do you get when you take a GeForce 7600 GS core and strap it onto a 7600 GT's PCB and memory?  You get a GeForce 7600 GST of course.  Inno3D has taken the Reese's Peanut Butter Cup approach to graphics with their latest card and with it, made a subsequent blurring of the three tiered system of 'high end', 'midrange' and 'bargain version'.  Inno3D's new GeForce 7600 GST blurs the boundaries by bridging the bargain and midrange card classes with their 7600 GT card except that it has a 7600 GS core swapped in.  Will the huge bump in memory speed from off the GT be enough to get this card into the mainstream of performance?  Surprisingly, it does and does so nicely.  Today, thanks to the Inno3D people, we have a sample of their GeForce 7600 hybrid on deck, the 7600 GST.  Let's have a closer look.

Specifications

  • Graphics Engine: GeForce 7600 GS

  • Interface: PCI-Express

  • Engine Clock: 500MHz

  • Memory Clock: 1400MHz

  • Memory Type/Size: GDDR3/256MB

  • Memory Interface: 128-bit

  • Pixel per clock: 12

  • Max Resolution: 2560x1600

  • VGA Output: Yes with adapter

  • TV-Out: HDTV

  • VIVO: Yes (Advanced Video In Video Out)

  • DVI: two ports

  • SLI Ready: Yes

What you get

The flashy colored Inno3D box contained a minimum but acceptable bundle.  The 7600 GST card is kept company by a HDTV cable, composite cable, DVI adapter, manual and a driver CD that included copies of WinDVD and WinDVD Creator on it.


 

NEXT

Pg 1 - Introduction
Pg 2 - The Card
Pg 3 - Performance Benchmarks
Pg 4 - Performance Benchmarks
Pg 5 - Image Quality / Overclocking / Conclusion


 



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