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Tuesday, November 13, 2007
Gigabyte GV-NX86S256H

4. 3D Mark 05 Hall Of Fame

Before starting our test, lets find out where the Gigabyte 8600GTS stand in terms of absolute power compared with other models and SLI setups. At 3D Mark 05, we got a score of 11473 that places the card in the middle, behind the Asus 8600GTS Top. This was expected since Asus 8600GTS Top comes with both GPU and memory pre-overclocked by default.

Passing to 3D Mark 06, both Gigabyte 8600GTS Passive and Asus 8600GTS Top are very close, with a difference of 128 marks.




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