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Palit 9600GT Sonic 1GB Graphics Card - The Package

Palit has added another 512MB of RAM whilst retaining extensive connectivity. Is this the 1GB 9600GT to get?

| NVIDIA GeForce GPU in Video Cards | Posted: May 12, 2008 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 91%      Manufacturer: Palit

The Package

 

With FroBot back and doing his thing, we can see a pretty standard box for Palit. The top left corner gives us the Palit logo while the middle of the box makes note that it's an NVIDIA GeForce card.

 

 

The bottom left corner makes note that Tomb Raider Anniversary is included in the package, the top right gives us the information on all the ports that the card offers while the bottom right corner gives us a run down on the card like the amount of memory, the clock speeds and other important information.

 

 

Turning the box over and we have a few more lines of technical information in a multitude of languages. Across the bottom we have some contact details, the Palit logo along with other important logos like Direct X and OpenGL.

 

 

Alongside the quick installation guide and driver CD we get a full version copy of Tomb Raider Anniversary, as we saw mentioned on the front of the box.

 

 

We get the normal DVI to VGA connector and PCI Express power connector along with an optical cable for using the loop back feature the graphics card offers to get sound through the HDMI port. We also have the internal cable that does the same thing and goes between the graphics card and the sound card.

 

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