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Friday, March 17, 2006
CeBIT 2006

30. Galaxy

We met with the representative of Galaxy Tech at Hall 23, where the latest Galaxy products were on display. All Nvidia based cards (most of the Galaxy graphics cards were not reference models), had a Zalman cooler instead of the stock cooler with Galaxy cooperating with Zalman for their new graphics card series.

The 7900GT was present, with a copper based Zalman cooler in place. As the tag shows the viewer, the card supports HDTV/Dual DVI outputs.

Another close up of the 7600GT, 256MB/128bit graphics card. HDTV and Dual DVI is a standard for Galaxy graphic cards...

The whole series of graphics cards was showcased at Galaxy's booth, including reference Nvidia cards..

A close up of the 7600FT, fanless, passive cooling which as according to Galaxy, is a really efficient model.

The 6600GE model with a stylish Zalman cooler. This card is rumored to have quite the OC potential, but further testing needs to be done to ensure that this is the case. So let's just wait and see.

 

 

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