Sapphire Radeon 9600 XT Reviews
Product Type: Sapphire graphic cards
Description:Model ID 11029-02-40 / Sapphire RADEON 9600 XT - Graphics adapter - Radeon 9600 XT - AGP 8x - 128 MB DDR - Digital Visual Interface (DVI) - TV out - retail / The terrestrial plane has never been touched by technology the likes which has arrived today. Effects afforded by the ... more
Sapphire Radeon 9600 XT ... world's most complex VPUs in the ATi RADEON 9600 XT core, previously heralded as belonging to the celestial realm alone, now make their way to the hands of earthlings.
The SMARTSHADER 2.0 technology allows users to experience complex, movie-quality effects in next-generation 3D games and applications. The SMOOTHVISION 2.1 technology enhances image quality by removing jagged edges and bringing out fine texture detail, without compromising performance.
Newest Review: ... extreme XT version. This is the 9600 XT, and hence this is simply the fastest mid range graphics card there is. It also has ... more
Customer Sapphire Radeon 9600 XT Reviews (2)
by - written on 18/10/12 (Useful, 8 readings)
The Radeon 9600 series is the mid range series. It competes, or rather competed with Nvidia's GeForce FX 5600. However the Radeon 9600 was such a better performer that Nvidia were forced into releasing the FX 5700 just to remain competitive in the mid range section of the market. ATI cards work along the lines of the bigger the number then the faster the card. So the 9600 series is better than the budget 9200 series and slower than the premium 9800 series. Besides that, each graphics chip comes in several versions. There is the standard version, the faster Pro version, the cheaper and slower SE version and the fastest, extreme XT version. This is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/10/04, updated on 24/06/05 (Very useful, 1838 readings)
I aquired the 256 MB version of the Sapphire 9600 XT to replace an ATI 9000 All in Wonder card a few months back. The card doesn't come with an awful lot of stuff. You get the card itself, an S-Video cable, a Catylist CD and a "Fuelled by Sapphire" case badge and that's about it. The 128 meg version comes with Half Life 2 but is actually more expensive than the 256 meg version as a result. This card is nice, it has a fan for cooling but it is fortunately very quiet and you probably wont notice it. Another good thing about this card is it can get enough power from AGP alone, it doesn't need a Molex connector. I'm using it in a ... Read the complete review
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