Friday, December 12, 2008


For a manufacturer that has long been playing in the world of graphics card, Prolink still orient ¬ products to its entry-level class. With Pixelview GeForce 9600 GSO 384 MB DDR3, Prolink try to further explore the world of gaming. However, a somewhat pitied Prolink is cooperating with the graphics card is effectively the equipment available.
In the test conducted on the graphics card, the results are still quite low if compared with other products that classmates.
Although the test results are not so impressive, this graphics card shows the level of stability during the process of testing progress. Performance of the ordinary course, Prolink balanced with the compensation price.
It is interesting from the graphics card is on the testing done overclocking. The increase GPU core is 600 Mhz of 550 MHz and memory speed of 850 Mhz from 800 MHz to provide increased performance significantly.

Unfortunately, the opportunities for higher overclocking, it seems to me this card can not meet these demands. One that needs to be longer for the MOSFET is that there is no use HSF, although the heat generated can still be tolerated.

Conclusion: Judging from the test results, seems oriented towards this graphics card for users who have a relatively tight budget, but want a graphics card with a taste GeForce 9600 GSO. A graphics card that has a relatively good performance for entry-level class, especially with the price valued the relative economic power into pull apart.

Source: CHIP 07/2008
Author: Sony Hanifudin

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