Getting the most from a lower cost video card
Subject: Cases and Cooling | June 21, 2006 - 12:39 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The 7300GT DDR3 from Galaxy won't be breaking any 3DMark records, but it is incredibly feature rich for a $100 VGA card. Get to Guru of 3D, and read the indepth look at this well designed mid-level card.
"Guru of 3D is testing the Galaxy GeForce 7300 GT DDR3 with Zalman cooler. Some interesting pointers -
Blue PCB, RamSinks, and obviously a great Zalman cooler. Also you'll notice a SLI connector .. that's
right on a 7300 product. When we look at the features we can't see physically we can note 256MB of
DDR3 memory and a massive standard high clockspeed from 350/667 to 500/1400."
Here are some more Graphics Card articles from around the web:
- Diablotek 6600GT PCI-E @
- eVGA GeForce 7950 GX2: One
Card, Double the Fun @ ExtremeTech
NX7600GT VT2D256E @ Hot Hardware
- Leadtek WinFast 7950 GX2 TDH @
- NVIDIA GeForce 7950
GX2 Graphics Card @ Adrian's Rojak Pot
- NVIDIA GeForce 6600GT
vs. 7600GT @ Legion Hardware
- ASUS EN7900GT @
- HIS and ATI tag team to
deliver cool'n'quiet GT Crossfire @ HEXUS
- HIS X1300 PRO
IceQ Review @ hi-techreviews.com
- MSI RX1900GT-VT2D256E @ Hardware Zone
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