The clock speeds of the PixelView GeForceFX 5600 differ from the specified reference clock speeds. In the following graph, we show the performance of the card compared to that of a standard FX 5600.
Conclusion: The PixelView is a rather inconspicuous card with slightly higher performance than average FX4500 cards, thanks to its increased memory clocks. Its 256 MB memory does not offer any advantages. The quiet fan is a nice plus.
+ Quiet fan
+ Memory clocked higher than NVIDIA's reference specifications
+ TV-in & TV-out
+ Video cable (composite, 2 m)
+ Game bundle
- No advantages from 256 MB memory
|PixelView GeForceFX 5600 Ultimate|
|3D Chip||NVIDIA GeForceFX 5600|
|Memory||256 MB DDR (128bit), Samsung 3.3ns|
|Memory Specs||Max. Clock Rate: 600 MHz (DDR)|
|Clock Rate (Chip/Memory)||325 / 600 MHz (DDR)|
|Hardware Features||Video-In & OutMemory clock higher than the reference|
|Fan Noise||43.0 dB|
|Software||PowerDirector 2.5 MEWinDVD 3Le Mans 24 HoursCodename OutbreakBallistics|
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