PixelView GeForce FX 5900 XT GL -
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The Photo Shoot
Let's have a look at the photo's we made from this product. All images you see are copyrighted, please do not use or deeplink them. The pictures have been taken with a Sony DCS F707 at a high resolution and been scaled down towards 1024x768. You may click on the images to see the image in that resolution. The full images are high-quality, which means file sizes can be 200-300 kB.
Two 128MB GeForce 6600 GT's in one PC, bridged together in SLI mode. That's what we'll be reviewing today. The cards are being made by that lovely company called Prolink, and the product series is of course PixelView.
Prolink PixelView GeForce 6600 Ultimate review
Another week another GeForce 6600 review. And I'm afraid this will continue to do so for the next couple of weeks. The GeForce 6600 is hitting the market hard as this is going to be a graphics card that is affordable yet offers some really good value for it's money. Today's product review is no less of that.. Last week we received a new sample from the good folks of Prolink, a company with a reputation to do things differently. Plasma cooling, PDF technology are two thing that come to mind immediately.
PixelView GeForce FX 5900 XT GL
One of the most successful products in the GeForce FX line-up from NVIDIA has to be the GeForce FX 5900 XT. You simply can't go wrong with this product can't you. It offers the full 5900 series architecture and thus a big proportion of that high-end performance yet the product is extremely affordable. It's one of those, 'most bang for your bucks' graphics cards. When you take that fact and a manufacturer like Prolink which has a reputation for building high-quality and stylish designed graphics cards well then the end result must be staggering ..
Prolink PixelView GeForce FX 5700 review
So, today's product we are going to review is the Prolink GeForce FX 5700 armed with video in/out, 256 MB memory and a sub 25dB cooling solution which is equipped with something that is called PDF, no note the Adobe one, it's called Plasma Display Fan. I hear you say .. 'Say waah ?' Hey don't ask me either .. plasma ?