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Biostar GeForce 7600 GS V-Ranger

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  1. W1zzard

    W1zzard Administrator Staff Member

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    The Biostar V7603GS21 V-Ranger is based on NVIDIA's GeForce 7600 GS but comes at a higher memory clock. In addition to that Biostar added some changes to the PCB to allow software to change the GPU and memory voltages, which allows much better overclocking of the card. In our testing we could increase the core clock by 63% and the memory clock by 20% which made the card play in a completely different performance league.

    To read this review go to: https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Biostar/7600GS_V-Ranger/
     
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    The overclocking numbers are very amazing, especially for a 7600GS. My 7600GT gets up to 690/890, so this 7600GS card isn't that far off. It should make a great casual gaming card, or even a cheap card for those heavy gamers on a budget(they do exist).
     
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    63% core increase is massive no matter how you look at it. and that ~40% gain in 3dm05 is one helluva increase.

    I wonder how wizzard feels about them 'borrowing' the fuzzy cube design?
     
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