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Since the GTX 200 series' launch, NVIDIA has revamped their whole current line-up of graphic cards. They have shifted to 9000 series and GTX 200 series, with the GTX 200s sitting on the top of the performance bracket and the 9000 series occupying the mainstream and budget market. Their new budget card is the GeForce 9500 GT. This card will initially be manufactured with 65 nm fabrication process but soon NVIDIA will move it to the 55 nm as do all of the current NVIDIA cards. GeForce 9500 GT takes over the old GeForce 8500 GT/8600 GT. As the specifications reveal, both cards have very similar specs. The biggest changes 9500 GT brings is the PCI Express 2.0, other than that, there is no major functional difference between this and older cards.
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