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Galaxy GeForce 9500 GT Review

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by JeGX - 2008/07/29 at 20:29

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Galaxy’s GeForce 9500 GT reviewed at Guru3D. The GeForce 9500 GT has the following features:
– entry card level – low budget
– G96 GPU
– 32 shaders processors
– core clock: 650MHz
– shader clock: 1650 MHz
– DirectX 10
– OpenGL 2.1
Read the complete review HERE.

The Verdict:
Fact is that not everybody can spend more than a 100 USD on a graphics cards to play games. A lot, seriously a LOT of people will play games at 1024×768 or 1280×1024 while refusing to spend more than 100 bucks. Products like these simply offer good value.

With this product Galaxy definitely set a new standard in the budget range of products though. Never have I seen a product in this price-category so pimped up. Excellent clocks, good overclockability, sound and excellent PCB design.