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Gigabyte RADEON9600XT
Posted by Red Squirrel on March 12th 2004

The brand new Gigabyte 9600XT comes with a heat pipe to reduce the
noise level. It is largely based on ATI reference solutions, however the
core clock has been boosted from 500 to 550. While the old version of 9600
XT had problems of a relatively small heatsink and fan, the biggest problem
has is that it makes more noise than the ATI solution. The new heatpipe has
taken care of these older problems. The strength from the new version of
Gigabyte's Radeon 9600XT comes from the cooler. The heatpipe provides better
heat conduction. The front-end ram is cooled by the front-end heat pipe,
while the ram at the back is cooled by a huge heat sink.

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