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9600GT "Green Edition"

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    Default 9600GT "Green Edition"

    Palit seems to be one of the first to be out with a 9600 GT Green Edition accelerator that lacks a 6-pin PCI-Express power input. The card has reached retail channels in Japan. The card uses a core clock speed of 600 MHz, with its 512 MB of GDDR3 memory clocked at 900 (1800 DDR) MHz. The card uses Palit's regular radial GPU cooler design. It draws all its power from the PCI-Express slot. It lacks an SLI connector. Output options include DVI, D-Sub and HDMI. It is priced at 7980 (around US $86.7).

    The good news IMO is that u may not need to upgrade ur PSU, hence u save cash !!!
    But then u lose the ability to have an SLI setup. This is a good choice for HTPC and low-mid range gaming rigs.

    This now directly competes with the ATI4670(both do not require a 6pin PCI-e connector).
    This is a very good card for the indian market as many ppl use PSU's that dont have a PCI-e connector.

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    Default What will be its cost

    What will be its cost in indian market.WIll it be same or more than 86$.

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    cant say bro.
    Yet to see it on indian shores. Will report it here if i find them.

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    I have the Simmtronics 9600GT. Initially I did not enquire much about the power requirements. Luckily my powers supply is able to support. I don't have any problem playing games ( crysis, farcry2 etc , ).
    To dissipate the heat , I just open the side cover sometimes.
    I bought it for Rs. 5,600/- in Jan 2009 at CTC, Hyd.
    I had 4670 also on my mind but the price was not that low for this card (5200). Internationally, I believe, the price difference is much higher.

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