by December 5, 2007 0 comments

The Radeon 2600 is built on the same lines of architecture as the Radeon 2600
XT, except that it has a lesser clock speed and different memory configuration.
It’s more compact compared to the 2600XT card, though comes with a slightly
noisier fan. The unavailability of CrossFire Connector is a slight disadvantage.
Main specs include 600 MHz of clock speed and 256 MB of DDR3 RAM. It also has an
HDMI capability and is HDCP complaint, besides having the regular support for
HDTV and DVI outputs.

Targeted mainly toward budget-conscious gamers, this card can play all the
DirectX 10 games for you. A score of 3509 in 3D Mark06 is very good for any
budget-range card and is 500 3D Mark more than the NVIDIA 8500GT. In ‘Company of
Heroes’ it gave an average of 20 fps at max setting (i.e. 4xAA/16xAF at 1280×960
resolutions), which is decent and is comparable to what we got from NVIDIA 8500
GT. In BIOSHOCK also it performed decently well with an average of 23 fps at
1280×1024 resolutions. Coming to some of the DirectX 9 games like FEAR, it gave
an average of 20 fps at max setting, which is very similar to the score we got
from NVIDIA 8500 GT.

Price: Rs
6,350 (3 yrs warranty)
Key Specs:
600 MHz Core Clock Speed, 256 MB DDR3 RAM, 128-bit
memory, HDMI, HDTV, HDCP compliant, DVI, S-Video
Aditya Infotech, Delhi
26223810/11 Email:
SMS Buy 131292 to 56677

Bottomline: With all its features and decent
performance a good choice for budget-conscious gamers.

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