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PCI Express 2.0 x16

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ZOTAC Synergy Edition GeForce GT
Thanks Neilium
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ZOTAC ZT-60602-10L GT 610 1GB DDR3 PCI-E Low Profile Video Card (N82E16814500276) = $29.99
Manufacturer Rebate (ZTC-10451, Limit 2 per household, Expire 12/31/12) = -$20.00

TOTAL COST = $9.99 with Free Shipping


Use Newegg CB for an additional 1% or $0.30 savings.

Manufacture Product Link => ZT-60602-10L
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In stock and live again with new rebate form.

Updated quick summary with new rebate form for purchases (12/1/12 - 12/31/12).

I was thinking of getting this to replace my GeForce 9500GT 512MB card. Then I read the reviews to see that people's Windows Experience Rating went UP to 4.8. My graphics value is currently at 5.9, and my card is from 2009. Someone please explain how a new 1GB card can perform not as well as a sub-$70 card from 2009 with half the onboard RAM.

The 9500gt has 128 bit memory and 8Rops. The GT610 (a rebadged 520) has 64bit memory and only 4Rops.

The 9500GT at the time was a mid-level card. The GT610/520 is a lower level card and built as such.

Marlin1975 said:   The 9500gt has 128 bit memory and 8Rops. The GT610 (a rebadged 520) has 64bit memory and only 4Rops.

The 9500GT at the time was a mid-level card. The GT610/520 is a lower level card and built as such.

Much thanks for that explanation!

Still waiting on a Zotac rebate from august.

Yeah, "Zotac rebate" == "don't purchase".

You could have picked up an EVGA GT620 yesterday on Newegg shellshocker for $14.99 after $10 MIR. That card had 96SPs, not
48.

FeloniusMonkey said:   Marlin1975 said:   The 9500gt has 128 bit memory and 8Rops. The GT610 (a rebadged 520) has 64bit memory and only 4Rops.

The 9500GT at the time was a mid-level card. The GT610/520 is a lower level card and built as such.

Much thanks for that explanation!


Yeah, I would say an equivalent to the 9500GT would be a GT 640. It's not a high-perfomer or a low-performer, but it'll handle most things with 3D/PhysX/AA/AF at a medium to low quality setting. If you want high or ultra performance, you'll need to look north of the GTX 660's.



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