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Wednesday, 04 March 2009 19:36

Gainward shows off its GTS 250

Written by Sanjin Rados
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Cebit 2009: HDMI, non-reference PCB and cooler

 

Gainward has also shown off its own non-reference GTS 250 card, which, unlike the reference design, features an HDMI out on top of DVI and VGA outs. Neither the PCB or the cooler are reference designs.

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Gainward opted for a large dual slot cooler with a sizable fan, which we're told is very quiet. The GTS 250 takes on ATI's HD 4850, and it will be available in 512MB and 1024MB version.

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The GPU is clocked at 745MHz, slightly over reference, while memory stayed at reference clocks (1100/2200MHz). Gainward's GTS 250 should cost around €130.

We will put this card through its paces soon, so stay tuned.

Last modified on Saturday, 07 March 2009 10:40
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