EVGA GeForce 9500 GT
Released July, 2008
The Pros:Installation is simple and straight forward, sets up screen resolution automatically. Fan noise is minor, not really noticeable. Runs well in dual SLI mode, solid and stable.
The Cons:Included installation instructions are a little confusing and vague. Ships with a disc that has a driver that is incompatible with Windows 7, need to download from website. Fan is prone to failure within the first year.
The EVGA GeForce 9500 GT is a low-cost video card that is scaled up slightly from the 9400. In addition to an increase in processing capacity, the memory bandwidth has been streamlined for increased throughput.
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As with the 9400, it has two separate DVI-I outputs for multiple monitors.
The major improvements begin with the NVidia GPU, which has twice the processing cores. The memory bandwidth is also increased to 16GB/s, meaning that more information can move in and out of the processor at a time.
- 550MHz NVidia GPU with 32 processing cores
- 512MB, 128 bit DDR2 with 16GB/s memory bandwidth
- PCI-E 2.0
- 2 DVI-I outputs
- SLI capable
- 240Hz refresh rate
- 2560x1600 resolution
User Reviews (1)
installation is simple and straight forward, sets up screen resolution automatically
fan noise is minor, not really noticeable
runs well in dual SLI mode, solid and stable
effectively speeds up general Windows graphics
included installation instructions are a little confusing and vague
ships with a disc that has a driver that is incompatible with Windows 7, need to download from website
fan is prone to failure within the first year
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