nVidia 8600 GTS and 8600 GT - Foxconn and XFX



Unfortunately I wasn't as able to spend a lot of time overclocking the cards as I usually am but I did manage some pretty nice overclocks on the clocks using the nVidia control panel and NTune. Overclocks were verified by running a 3DMark06 run, of which I must confess the results have eluded me at this time.

Core Clock
Stock Memory
Memory Clock
XFX 8600 GTS "XXX" Edition  730 7752260 2270
Foxconn 8600 GTS
 675 7702000
XFX 8600 GT "XXX" Edition  620 6701600

So that adds up to the following:

overclocking 8600 gt and 8600 gts

The Foxconn card really did very well here managing a respectable 14% overclock on the core and 12% on the memory. The 8600 GTS is really seen as pushed to its limits here where it didn't manage much of an overclock (6% core and only about 10MHz memory). The 8600 GT does pretty well here, but the core clock is again quite pushed already.

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18-05-2007, 07:44:42

We take a hard look at the performance of the new 8600 cards. Two from XFX and one from Foxconn.

Have a readQuote

18-05-2007, 07:52:23

Nice roundup Kemp, good show.


18-05-2007, 08:00:17

looks cool, i just wish XFX had done the same with the GTS as the GT, the black PCB does look damn niceQuote

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