SPARKLE GeForce 9600 GSO:a new cooler 512 MB of memory

 
December 12, 2008, 4:55 pm

 
sparkle geforce 9600 gso:a new cooler 512 mb of memory   Press Service of SPARKLE Computer Co. announced the release of two new versions of graphics adapter NVIDIA GeForce 9600 GSO, each of which is an alternative design solution, complete memory of 512 MB GDDR3 volume with 128-bit interface.
As shown in the published official reports, models SX96SO512D3-HP and SX96SO512D3-HM differ only that the second initially staffed adapter DVI to HDMI. In doing so, both new items formed on printed circuit boards custom blue and fitted to the original design dvuhslotovym cooler active type (by the way, it is a cooling system, we can already see in the recent accelerators SPARKLE GeForce 9600 GT with 1 and 2 GB of memory DDR2).
The products have 96 streaming processors, used tire PCI Express 2. 0 x16 compatible with DirectX 10. 0 Shader Model 4. 0 and OpenGL 2. 1, as well as support the technology NVIDIA GigaThread Technology, NVIDIA Lumenex Engine, NVIDIA Quantum Effects Technology, NVIDIA PureVideo HD Technology, NVIDIA SLI Technology, NVIDIA PhysX Technology and NVIDIA CUDA Technology. As for the frequency indicators, they represent 550/1375/1600 MHz (kernel/Shader units/memory), while the back cover removed two ports, one DVI and HDTV-out.
That is just about the cost and timing of the beginning of the massive sales of the above items until nothing is known.

 

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