Palit unveils GeForce 9500 GT, 9800GT series graphics cards

Palit Microsystems Thursday announced three Palit GeForce 9500 GT series graphics cards with silent cooling systems. The three boards include a standard version with GDDR3 memory, a Super version with 512MB memory size, and the Super+ 1GB version with 1024MB king size memory.

The standard version Palit GeForce 9500 GT features a core speed of 550MHz and 256MB of 1,600MHz GDDR3 memory; the Super version Palit GeForce 9500 GT is equipped with 512MB of 800MHz memory, and 550MHz core speed.

The passive cooler on GeForce 9500 GT series graphics solutions enables a noiseless environment and provides better protection for the chip, lengthening the life of the graphics card. The cards feature PureVideo HD technology, delivering astonishing Blu-ray movie picture quality with reduced CPU utilization and low power consumption.

Palit also unveiled GeForce(r) 9500 GT and 9800GT series graphics cards. The Geforce 9800 GT based cards also come in three versions — a reference version, Super+ version with 1GB of memory and a Sonic version. The 9800GT Super+1GB features a core speed of 600MHz, 1800MHz GDDR3 memory on a 256bit interface bus. It is equipped with 1GB of memory allowing users to escape from memory capacity bottlenecks. Palit is also releasing the 9800GT Sonic with a pre-overclocked 1900MHz memory speed and 650MHz core speed.

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