XFX 7600GT XXX Edition Video Card Review

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NVIDIA’s Mainstream Power Card – The 7600GT

For the past two years, NVIDIA has dominated the mainstream market with the ever popular GeForce 6600 series.  These cards allow consumers that are on a budget to play the latest titles with nearly all of the eye candy turned on for under $200. While the GeForce 6600 GT served us all well over the past years NVIDIA, has brought out the replacement card rightly named the GeForce 7600 GT. NVIDIA has set the bar high for these $200 price point cards and we would expect the successor to the 6600 series to hit that mark.  NVIDIA told Legit Reviews that they were able to hit a home run and deliver one of the most impressive cards at one of the sweetest price points in the video card industry. 

Today Legit Reviews takes a look at the XFX 7600 GT XXX Edition, which is the fastest of four GeForce 7600 series cards that XFX has on the market.  Other XFX GeForce 7600 GT video cards include:

  • XFX GeForce 7600 GT part number: PV-T73G-UDL3 (560MHz/1.4GHz )
  • XFX GeForce 7600 GT part number: PV-T73G-UDF3 (570MHz/1.45GHz)
  • XFX GeForce 7600 GT Extreme Edition part number: PV-T73G-UDE (580MHz/1.5GHz)
  • XFX GeForce 7600 GT XXX Edition part number: PV-T73G-UDD (590MHz/1.6GHz)

The XFX 7600 GT XXX Edition Video Card Retail Box

Taking the card out of the glossy retail box we find a card that much smaller than the XFX GeForce 7900 GTX that we previously reviewed. The GeForce 7600 GT only needs a single slot cooling solution making it an option to small form factor (SFF) PCs and those who don’t want to lose any PCIe slots in their system from a bulky two slot cooling solution.

The XFX 7600 GT XXX Edition Video Card Box

The other thing we noticed when looking at the GeForce 7600 GT is that it has no additional power heard on the printed circuit board (PCB).  This means that the card uses less than 75 watts of power that the PCI Express slot provides. Another thumbs up for NVIDIA’s design as a less powerful power supply will be needed to run one or two (in SLI) of these cards in a system.

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