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I'VE BEEN waiting for a dual DVI card based on an ATI graphics chip for a long, long time. ATI's workstation-class FireGL line has long been available with dual DVI output ports, but I've been looking for something at a more "mainstream" price point that will run dual digital flat panels. For years I've whined about the dearth of dual-DVI options, and now it appears Tyan may have been listening. To satiate digital LCD fans, a version of Tyan's new Tachyon G9600 Pro will be available with dual DVI output ports. But there's more to the Tachyon G9600 Pro than just dual DVI. Unlike most graphics card manufacturers, Tyan's take on ATI's 0.13-micron Radeon 9600 Pro has a little extra flavor in the form of a tweaked board layout, a variable speed fan, a gargantuan heat sink, and a hardware monitoring and overclocking utility. Tachyon G9600 Pro practically cries out for overclocking. We've indulged those cries and benchmarked the card's stock and overclocked configurations in a stack of real world game tests against a GeForce FX. How high can we overclock the Tachyon G9600 Pro, and what kind of performance does it offer? Let's find out
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