Green 9600GT Specs Revealed

"Details about Nvidia's "green" 9600GT card have been revealed"

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Green 9600GT Specs Revealed

Word has been recently that Nvidia would be releasing a "green" version of their 9600GT card featuring a lower power consumption.  Well now the card's specifications have been revealed.  The GeForce 9600GT Green Edition bears a number of tweaks from the original card, including lower clock speeds, the removal of the external PCI-E power connector, and a decreased operating voltage.  All of this amounts to an overall power consumption drop from 96W down to 59W.

Will this "greener" card help gain Nvidia the more power conscious consumers?

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17-01-2009, 19:34:40


17-01-2009, 19:54:08

Are you selling it to us? PM me with price :O

21-01-2009, 16:01:48

I am selling my QX6700, if I don't do a swap with another forum member!

What else should I get that's similar performance but a lower cost?

21-01-2009, 16:18:29

Why not just stick with what you have? You are going to lose money on selling the chip second hand, and to buy another CPU with similar performance seems a bit cuckoo to me:p

21-01-2009, 16:25:59

Well... I don't really know how to overclock :(

21-01-2009, 17:11:22


Well... I don't really know how to overclock :(

Learn man! Learn!

First spend a couple of hours reading the stickies on this forum and then spend a while tinkering and then ask us any questions you might have :)

21-01-2009, 17:16:10

Ok, I'll try my best, but first I need some watercooling

21-01-2009, 18:00:27

Q6600 is similiar :p
Should have never got that QX6700 if you weren't overclocking. Hell shouldn't have got it as I think it didn't let you overclock that much further than the Q6600 unless you were on crazy cooling :)

22-01-2009, 08:13:11

Yeah I know, I don't know why I got it. Looking for watercooling now.

03-02-2009, 09:52:02

Q9650 is at a very good price at the time...

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