The memory frequency of the GS remains the same, however the core frequency has received a 50MHz boost, allowing it to operate at MHz. This can boost memory bandwidth from the This is what you should get. In this case Gigabyte took the core from MHz to MHz for you and I am sure most will have plans to take it even further. Add your comment to this article You need to be a member to leave a comment. Thus far the cheaper GS would sound like the better product, offering greater flexibility in its memory and interface support.
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While neither product addresses memory cooling, the fact that both do an excellent job of cooling the GPU while maintaining a totally silent or near silent operating volume is a welcomed addition. However, the Silent-pipe edition of the Gigabyte GT is also a flashy looking product making absolutely no noise whatsoever. TechSpot Account Sign wgp for freeit takes 30 seconds.
Both are based on the G73 architecture which uses a 90nm fabrication process. Therefore I will also be fully testing both graphics cards at their maximum overclocked frequencies. Rather, they have fitted this 760gs GS with the aluminum and copper version of the Zalman VF That said, you can expect the results from these graphics cards to be a little different from a typical GS vs.
PNY Verto GeForce 7600 GS (AGP 8x, 512MB)
This is what you should get. You may want to know Gigabyte does offer a passively cooled GeForce GS, but I believe the Zalman version we are reviewing ayp is aimed primarily at gamers on a tight budget that ultimately want to get the most out of this little card. This will give us a clearer view of which card really offers the best bang for your buck when running at full steam.
Gigabyte has not just simply overclocked the GS and called it a day. The memory frequency of the GS remains the same, however the core frequency has received a 50MHz boost, allowing it to operate at MHz.
In this case Gigabyte took the core from MHz to MHz for you and I am sure most will have plans to take it even further. Already have an account?
Gigabyte GeForce GS & GT review – TechSpot
Add your comment to this article You need to be a member to leave a comment. Given their price range, the performance delivered by these GPUs is impressive. Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. This is obviously something that I will cover later on in this review, as we will discover the performance margins between these two graphics cards. Thus far the cheaper GS would sound like the better product, offering greater flexibility in its memory and interface support.
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However, while the GS is cheaper and possibly more flexible, it’s also considerably slower than the GT despite having the 7600gd amount of pixel pipelines. This not only helps the Zalman edition GS operate at much cooler temperatures, it is also a darn sight quieter.
This can boost memory bandwidth from the