Foxconn 9600 GT OC Video Card Review

Posted: Apr 14 2008, 1:39pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:24am CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

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Today we are looking at the Foxconn 9600 GT OC video card. As the name implies this is a factory overclocked 9600 GT video card that offers good performance at a good price.

The video card performs well, but lacks a game bundle that you get with many other video cards for the same price. The 9600 GT from Foxconn represents a good value for your gaming dollar when buying a video card.

Review excerpt: “The Foxconn 9600 GT OC performed well, but was on average 300 points lower on 3DMark06 than the other overclocked 9600 GT video cards I have tested. In the real world that performance difference equates to around 3 fps slower on average when playing video games. The difference is minimal in performance, but the Foxconn 9600 GT OC lacks a bundle whereas other cards include first rate video games as well.” Read the full Foxconn 9600 GT OC video card review here.

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