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Sunday, 08 March 2009 18:57

Gigabyte announces Ultra Durable VGA technology

Written by Nedim Hadzic
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Cebit 2009: Up to 30% better overclocking, and more

 

Gigabyte announced that the company is planning a big push with its Ultra Durable VGA technology, and the GTS 250 they showcased at Cebit will be the first in line to use it.

Ultra Durable VGA will offer PCBs with 2 ounces of copper, tier one Samsung and Hynix memory, Japanese solid capacitors, Ferrite core chokes and low RDS(on) MOSFET.

This should result in GPU temperatures that are 5-10 percent lower, 10-30 percent better overclocking capabilities and 10-30 percent less power switching loss.

Judging by the numbers alone, it looks impressive, but we’ll still reserve our judgment until we see these cards in action.

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