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XFX 7600 GT XXX PCI-E Video Card

Price: $189.99

Very impressive black PCB, unlike the blue that I’m use to seeing in Nvidia based products. The product I’m referring to is the XFX 7600 GT XXX edition. The black PCB gives it an aura of being dominant. This video gaming card is one of XFX’s mainstream products, so hopefully after running our tests it’ll prove to not only be a money saver but also a performer.

XFX is a division of Pine Technology, which was founded in 1989. Pine Technology designs, develops, manufactures and distributes high-quality digital audio and video devices as well as computer peripherals. Headquartered in Hong Kong, Pine Technology has more than 1,000 employees worldwide, with 16 offices around the globe, four research and development centers strategically located in the Asia Pacific region, and two factories in China.

Let’s take a look at the XFX 7600GT XXX. Then we’ll run it through some tests.

Closer Look
As I have stated many times, for a consumer, packaging is a must. If the packaging doesn’t grab your eye, even if the product might be the most awesome thing on the market today, you might not give it a second look. The XFX 7600GT XXX comes packaged very well; the image on the box jumps out and grabs you.

How about the back of the box? Is there enough information there to keep you interested after you pick up the product? I would have to say yes, the exterior packaging and information kept my interest.

Well so much for the outer packaging. How about the inside, what will this show you?

So far so good. I like the packaging and the inner box, now what will I find inside? The packaging contains an XFX 7600GT XXX video gaming card, software, instruction manuals, D-SUB to DVI adapter and a jack for composite video input.


After seeing all this I’m sure you will want to take a closer look at the Gaming card itself. The first thing I noticed was that the card itself was constructed of black PCB and that there was no input for extra power.


The front of the card comes with two DVI inputs and an S-Video input, so no need to worry if your monitor doesn’t support DVI. One of the accessories that comes with the card is a D-SUB to DVI adapter.

So now that we know what the card itself looks like, it’s time to get into the meat and potatoes.

  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Installation & Specifications
  3. Testing & Benchmark: Far Cry
  4. Benchmark: F.E.A.R
  5. Benchmark: Doom III
  6. Benchmark: Call of Duty 2
  7. Benchmark: Quake 4
  8. Benchmark: Need For Speed: Most Wanted
  9. Temperatures & Conclusion
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