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BFG Tech GeForce 9600 GT OC


$304.12 Released February, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Capable cooling system that keeps the pre-overclocked GPU cool and quiet. Can be overclocked beyond the already OC'd frequencies, chips are fatcory tested to run at high frequencies, excellent value. One of the best value GPUs in the midrange segment in terms of overall performance and OC abilities.

The Cons:Lacks HDMI port, package does not include an adapter either, HTPC builders should look else where. Users looking for highend gaming performance should look at the 8800GT for a slightly higher price, or AMD/ATI option. Good but bulky cooler, might be tough to fit in small cases or poorly designed motherboards.

The BFG Tech GeForce 9600 GT OC is a mid-range graphics card with 512MB of ram. Using the stock Nvidia cooler the card is only slightly overclocked to 675MHz/1800MHz from the default 650MHz/1800MHz. For more information on the 9600 GT refer to the full report.

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Features

  • Output Interface:
    • 2 x DVI-I
    • 1 x HDTV + TV Out
  • Accessories:
    • PCI-E power adapter
    • DVI to VGA adapter
    • HDTV Cable

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Pros
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    Capable cooling system that keeps the pre-overclocked GPU cool and quiet

  • 1

    Can be overclocked beyond the already OC'd frequencies, chips are fatcory tested to run at high frequencies, excellent value

  • 1

    One of the best value GPUs in the midrange segment in terms of overall performance and OC abilities

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    Offers a rare 10 year warranty with trade in programs, provides a peace of mind and encourages users to remain with BFG

Cons
  • 1

    Lacks HDMI port, package does not include an adapter either, HTPC builders should look else where

  • 1

    Users looking for highend gaming performance should look at the 8800GT for a slightly higher price, or AMD/ATI option

  • 1

    Good but bulky cooler, might be tough to fit in small cases or poorly designed motherboards

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    Not the most power efficient card out there, users upgrading from low end or integrated GPUs should be aware of the higher power usage, might require PSU upgrade

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