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Graphics cards from ASUSTeK Computer stand out on the market due to their original exterior, highest quality of manufacture and support of numerous exclusive technologies. The company is trying to bring something innovative into each new product, and regularly succeeds.

Just recall the ASUS 9800 XT that was more like a piece of pure designing art rather than a utilitarian computer device (for details see our article called ASUS RADEON 9800 XT and Leadtek WinFast A380 TDH Ultra: The Battle for AquaMark3), or the ASUS V9999 Gamer Edition with the controllable cooling system and the performance head above its GeForce 6800 prototype (for details see our article called ASUS V9999 Gamer Edition Graphics Card Review).

Even low-end solutions acquire more appeal if implemented by ASUS (for details see our article called ASUS Extreme AX600 XT/HTVD Graphics Card Review). Of course, the company is also offering mainstream products: the Extreme N6600 GT graphics cards we used to check NVIDIA’s SLI technology with made a very good showing (for details read our article called NVIDIA Multi-GPU SLI Technology: New Approach to Old Ideas). Although they were based on the reference design, ASUS equipped them with copper coolers and also added memory heatsinks that many other GeForce 6600 GT do not have. Coupled with the deep blue color of the PCB, this resulted in a truly beautiful device.

Our today’s review is about the ASUS N6600 GT graphics card, too. But this time we’re going to talk about its AGP version – so welcome the ASUS N6600 GT/TD!

 
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