Excerpt: As much as we love to write about the latest and greatest flagship graphics cards here at HotHardware, the fact of the matter is, cards that fall into the more mainstream market segments are vastly more popular with consumers--at least in terms of the overall sales numbers in the retail channel. As such, the major players in discreet graphics, currently NVIDIA and ATI, typically drive many more features and into this segment from year to year, while also increasing...
Pros: Decent Performer, Low Power Consumption, Low Noise, Single-Slot, SLI Capable, Great SD/HD Video Playback
Cons: Not quite as fast as an 8600 GTS, Radeon HD 3850 available at a similar price point
Excerpt: Don't get me wrong - I love products like the GeForce GTX 280 and the Radeon HD 4870 X2 as much, if not more than, the next guy. But I also am privy to the truth: the GPU giants make their cash on cards like the new GeForce 9500 GT. Though not as sexy and exciting as the world of uber-expensive and super-high-end graphics cards the budget graphics parts are gobbled up by hungry OEMs looking to build a "gaming" system and users with consistent wallet deficiency.
Summary: Zotac GeForce 9500 GT AMP! Edition
Wie anhand der Spezifikationen erwartet ist die neue GeForce 9500 GT schneller als die GeForce 8600 GT, manchmal kann sie sogar die 8600 GTS übertrumpfen. Dabei ist der Stromverbrauch praktisch gleich geblieben und dürfte sich noch verbessern, wenn die Grafikchips bald in 55 statt 65 Nanometer Technik gefertigt werden.
Die Zotac 9500 GT AMP!