GeForce 9600 GT - Galaxy Silent Heatpipe review

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5 - Photos - The Card (1)

Photos - The Card

On the next few pages we'll show you some photos. The images were taken at 4272 x 2848 pixels and then scaled down. The camera used was a Canon 450D - 12 MegaPixel.

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Here we see the packaging. We always show it so you can recognize it in the stores.

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The Galaxy GeForce 9600 GT comes with 512MB memory and as explained default clock-speeds. Noticeable is the custom blue PCB.

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But even more noticeable, obviously that big cooler, and that becomes apparent when we flip the board around.

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We stumble into one SLI finger. If you pair two of these cards in SLI on a compatible mainboard the performance will be nicer. On the backside we also get a glimpse of that huge heatsink. The sheer size alone already told me that it's cooling performance would be more than adequate.

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You can see three heat pipes lead to the cooling ribbons, and one big copper block is mounted onto the GPU. Big, true, but definitely a good cooler.

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