Updated 20 May, 2013, 7:41 pm IST
Graphic Cards Under Rs. 10,000
| by Jayesh Mansukhani
Gamers have never had it so good! Thanks to the on-going competitive wars between ATI and Nvidia, graphic technology scales dip drastically every few months. Today’s high-end chipset is tomorrow’s value product. One such chipset is the Nvidia 7600 GT. It started life as a mid-level chipset promising to bridge the gap between the lightweight 7300 series and the flagship model of the time the 7800 GTX series.
With the advent of the 8800 GTX series, the 7600 GT series has seen a fair bit of reduction in costs increasing its price vs. performance ratio. Therefore products built on this chipset today offer the best VFM experience in graphic cards without skimping on essential features. Being DX9 compliant with full support for shader 3.0 and HDR (High Dynamic Range) the chipset can easily run next-gen titles such as Half-Life 2 Episode 1 and F.E.A.R without too much effort. The DX9 compliance also means the chipset has full support for Windows Vista. Another important thing to note about this chipset is that it is built on a 90nm process as compared to the earlier generation which was on 130nm. This translates to smaller cards, less power requirement and cooler running products.
Here are 3 products based on this excellent chipset.
Palit 7600GT 256 MB PCi-E: Rs. 9,300
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20 May, 2013, 07:41 PM IST
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