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Inno3D GeForce 9600 GSO+ Spotted

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Nov 15, 2008.

  1. DaMulta

    DaMulta My stars went supernova

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    IMO the GSO is not that bad of a card....

    These are single card scores......by dom

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    Note, these scores do not have the shader cut, but does not have the smaller die as the newer cards will. Going higher in speed might be possible with the newer GSO+.....
     
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  2. Wile E

    Wile E Power User

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    Found a misprint, bta.

    And the prospect of this card bores me. lol.
     
  3. theJesus

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    @Wile E: wow, I'm surprised nobody else caught that yet :laugh:

    I think you mean GSO 200 :p
     
  4. Hayder_Master

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    ohh, this is impressive overclock for 9600gso
     
  5. DaMulta

    DaMulta My stars went supernova

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    That is a non reference GSO palit card btw.....not the normal gso card.....
     
  6. Hayder_Master

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    great palit , and waht about cooler same stock cooler
     
  7. DOM

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    http://www.palit.biz/main/vgapro.php?id=664

    thats the cooler they come with but that OC was on water, 900-2200-2250 is stable for gaming benching all day :D
     
  8. KainXS

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    hey dom, did you try putting a 8800gts 512 bios on your 8800gs yet, I put one on mine and it pumps out about 5 extra g/texels now in gpu-z for some reason

    but 900/2250 is crazy
     
  9. wolf

    wolf Performance Enthusiast

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    retianing the full 16 ROPS and memory interface raises the bar for the low end.

    48 sp's isn't much but definitely enough, not to mention being a 55nm part, with some disabled portions... this card should clock up sommin' fierce.
     
  10. DOM

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    mines a 9600 GSO ;)
     
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    newtekie1 Semi-Retired Folder

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    NVidia has to do something with all those defective G94 cores, though I really dislike the naming system, but nVidia's naming scheme has been messed up every since they released the G92 parts.

    This is how I see nVidia's naming scheme should be:

    8800GT(G80-96SP, what we know as the 8800GTS)
    8800GTS(G80-112SP, what we know as the 8800GTS 112)
    8800GTX(G80-128SP)
    8800Ultra(G80-128SP)

    8700GS(G94-48SP, what we know as the new 9600GSO+)
    8700GT(G94-64SP, what we know as the 9600GT)
    8850GS(G92-96SP, what we know as the 8800GS/9600GSO)
    8850GT(G92-112SP, what we know as the 8800GT)
    8850GTX(G92-128SP, what we know as the 8800GTS 512MB)
    8850Ultra(G92-128SP, what we know as the 9800GTX)

    9800GT(GT200-192SP, what we know as the GTX260)
    9800GTS(GT200-216SP, what we know as the GTX260 216)
    9800GTX(GT200-240SP, what we know as the GTX280)
     
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