Today we have the opportunity to review the MSI NX8600 GT. The graphic card market is one of the more fierce markets in the computer industry. AMD, which now owns ATI, and nVidia both pour millions into developing a core to try and top the other. Being just a little bit better could mean the difference between a market killer and going back to the drawing boards. In this review we'll see if nVidia's latest video card has what it takes.
The video card market is divided into three segments. First there is the high end, your top of the line cards, the ones pushing the limits of games and the limits of your pockets. Next are the mid-range cards. These are for the majority of the market. This is where most of the money is made. Lastly we have the low end cards. These are used as either integrated cards or cheap cards that will be used in situations where stress on graphic cards is at a minimum.
This generation had some complex programming for the new Direct X 10. The engineers not only had to program and develop a core for DX10 but also had to make it work well with DX 9. Read on for a full review of the MSI NX8600 GT, which is supported by nVidia's 8600 core.
Inside this attractive box we find DVI to analog converter, a S-Video cable, component converter cable, documentation, and of course, the card itself. This didn't come with any games. It does cut the cost down, but it is a nice perk.
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