Inno3D 7600GS Performance & Overclocking
Before we mated the Inno3D 7600GS to our test platform, we took it for a photoshoot. Pardon the terrible pictures, for yours truly is a 5hu773rn00b.
For those of you who like black, here’s the treat!
Inno3D has added a foam shim to protect the die of the G73 chipset. Thanks to it, the 7600GS survived numerous heatsink remounts we put it through.
Our chipset was produced on the 8th week of 2006, already in the A2 revision.
This is Hynix’s 2.5ns part.
Here’s the pleasant surprise. SLI is supported too!
Dual-Display is supported. Sadly there is no Dual-DVI. You get S-Video, Composite and Component output too.
Inno3D’s part number…
This graphics accelerator is based upon nVIDIA’s P345 reference design.
Nothing terribly impressive here. Just you standard fare of components to clean and regulate power for the GPU and memory ICs.
With the thermal interface rubbed off, you see a reasonably flat base on the heatsink.
The GPU refused to get any hotter even when we loaded it with 4 instances of RTHDRIBL. The fan on the heatsink did not draw unnecessary attention to itself. It was acoustically overwhelmed by the NF4 chipset heatsink fan.
Inside the box, you can find a copy of the manual and a CD-ROM with the Forceware, WinDVD, WinDVD Creator, and 3DMark installers.
One DVI-VGA converter, and a S-Video-Composite Video cable is included.