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Sunday, 12 September 2010 09:50

Nvidia's GTS 450 shows up at Newegg.com

Written by Slobodan Simic
geforce

A day early

Just a day early, Nvidia's GTS 450 has showed up at Newegg.com. The NDA expires today, and Newegg.com either got the green light early from Nvidia or just went and published a bunch of GTS 450. The price stands between US $129.99 for the reference clocked card and US $139.99 for factory overclocked cards.

The upcoming GTS 450 is based on the 40nm GF106 GPU that has 192 CUDA cores, 1GB of GDDR5 memory paired up with a 128-bit memory interface and reference clocks set at 783MHz for the GPU, 1566MHz for those CUDA cores and 3600MHz for memory. The previously leaked models show up that this one is a nice overclocker and some factory overclocked cards can hit as high as 875MHz.

You can check out the Newegg.com listing here and if they decide to take it off, you can check out the screenshot over at Techpowerup.com.

Last modified on Monday, 13 September 2010 10:24
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