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Gigabyte GV-3D1 Dual nVIDIA 6600GT PCI-E Graphics Card Review Gallery (1)
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24 Dec 2004

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GIGABYTE technology innovates the world NO.1 3DMark 2003 performance graphics card of the world which uses 2 pcs Nvidia 6600GT GPU in one card and named 3D1. It is the only one 6600GT card built with 256MB DDR III memory and supports 256bit memory bandwidth as well.

Instead of using 2 separate 6600GT cards and linked them up in SLI modem Gigabyte has the two cores linked up on one card. What that would mean it will have reduced latency. This is probably the first graphics card out that uses Dual 6600GT to unleash the power of SLI.

3D1 comes with 256MB of DDR III rated at 1.6ns which means a potential of 625MHz (1250MHz DDR). The card is rated with a core clock of 500Mhz and a memory clock of 560MHz (1120MHz DDR). The package comes with 2 games, Thief (DVD) and Joint Operation (CDROM).


Superior Features

 Powered by dual GeForce 6600GT.
 First 6600GT card be built with 256MB DDR III memory.
 First 6600GT card supports 256bit memory bandwidth.
 3D1 takes advantage of the dual fan cooling system to control the airflow sucked and pushed out for remaining in low GPU temperature and reduces the noise of the fan.
 To achieve 3DMark 2003 performance over 14,000, and to create a new milestone of the graphics card.
 To support with GIGABYTE unique overclocking utility V-TUNER 2, and let customers can tweak two GPU simultaneously.
 Support HDTV output
 To bundle selling with GBT extra performance 8Σ series GA-K8NXP-SLI motherboard to provide the most deluxe gaming package.
 

GPU Dual 6600GT
Memory Size 256MB DDR III
Memory Bandwidth 256bit
Memory Clock 1120 MHz
Core Clock 500 MHz
Direct X 9.0C
D-SUB Yes
HDTV Yes
DVT Port DVI-I
 

Here's a close-up picture of the card:

The back of the card:

Bundled with the card is a DVI to D-Sub adapter (to convert the DVI connector to work with a VGA monitor), a TV-Out cable to use the TV Out feature of the card and a Video In cable to get video from a video source.

A 6 pin connector is provided to power up the card.

 

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