PC Perspective has published a review on the latest GeForce, I mean the GeForce 9500 GT. This level entry card aims at replace the old GeForce 8600 GT and to compete with ATI’s Radeon HD 3650.
The GeForce 9500 GT card has a simple single-slot cooler design that is not at all noisy and no power connection is required other than the power provided by the PCI Express bus.
Jump to the complete review HERE
GeForce 9500 GT’s features:
- based on G92 technology
- built on a 65nm process technology
- 314 million transistors
- 32 shader processors
- core clock: 550 MHz
- memory interface: 128-bit
- 256Mb of GDDR3
- 8 ROPs
- 16 texture units
GPU-Z is not really up to date, some values are good while other are wrong (ROPs) or missing
PC Perspective proposes a preview of the NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GTX+, essentially an overclocked G92 part built on a new 55nm process technology that will sell at a LOWER price than current 9800 GTX cards on the market.
Read the preview HERE.
Some slides from Tom’s.