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Friday, 06 March 2009 18:39

One of the fastest GTS 250 comes from a small vendor

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Cebit 2009: Axtrom GTS 250 Overclocked Edition with HDMI

 

Passing through the exhibit hall which hosed Asian companies, we saw Axtrom's GTS 250 card with a non-reference cooler.

The sizable heatsink with three heatpipes and a quite large fan is there for a good reason. Axtrom's card is one of the fastest GTS 250 cards around, clocked at 760MHz for the core, and a memory clock of 2240MHz.  It also features an HDMI out, along with DVI and VGA connectors.



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Right next to the card we could see an identical card with a different sticker. You've guessed it, the Geforce 9800 GTX+.

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Along with Nvidia cards, we saw a wide array of Radeons. Almost all use the triple heatpipe cooler and look very similar.


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