Inno3D 7600gs AGP 256MB Graphics card
Posted by: Rchiilleea on: 21.08.2006 00:00:00 [ Print | 0 comment(s) ]
InnoVISION Multimedia Limited is a pioneering developer and manufacturer of a diverse range of cutting-edge multimedia PC hardware products established in 1998 Hong Kong. There manufacturing operations have been set up since 1990 in Shenzen, China. In this short period of time they have focused on manufacturing OEM/ODM products as well as contracting out extensive production and research facilities to specialist companies. They have accomplished international recognition by PC’s top reviewers as becoming an outstanding success and one of the most fast growing companies in Asia.
There company's objective is to deliver the ultimate multimedia experience to the masses of PC users and multimedia professionals at an affordable cost. InnoVISION was then created to build brand awareness for the continuously growing product range in order to meet the fast growing market. InnoVISION's product scope comprises the successful Inno3D brand - a comprehensive variety of 3D graphic board accelerators, the InnoDV - series of digital video/TV capture and editing products, InnoAX - high-end sound / audio cards, and EIO - advanced peripherals.
InnoVISION's ISO9001:2000 certification assures not only a world-class standard of product but also production, management and distribution efficiency. The company's talented and dedicated R&D teams both in Hong Kong and Shenzen are continually carrying out research of the highest level to design the next generation of groundbreaking products.
Today we will be looking at the InnoVISION 7600GS AGP, a Mid range upgrade for all of you who still have AGP, and want a next generation card without breaking the bank. But what makes this an excellent release for me is there is finally a card to fit into the hole left in the AGP market. Hole?? What is this reviewer going on about, you may think. Let me tell you what I think, when the market shifted to PCI-E and a lot of users upgraded there was the release of MS MCE or window media centre OS into the fray and a lot of people decided to use there old parts from there AGP setup to build such a system, since then there have been a good few AGP cards to fill them slots in a MCE PC, sadly for me there has not been the perfect MCE card in AGP guise. Let us hope this is about to change
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