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NVIDIA GeForce GTS 250M DDR3 vs. NVIDIA GeForce GTS 250M DDR5

Discussion in 'Gaming (Software and Graphics Cards)' started by AlphaFlight, Nov 19, 2009.

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    4500s not so bad, its a good solution for nvidias mid range card as they call it, and the power is godly low too.
     
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    I know the power is low, cant wait till someone overclocks it to the limits to see how far they can take it.
     
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    Yeah definately, the voltage requirements though, i still cant get over the information i saw, unbelievable haha.

    But its a really good performer, and i also bet its crazy cool too.
     
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    Since when is 20% barely overclocked?
     
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    My Radeon 5770 is 128bits and still eating a 8800GTX for snack:cool:

    But as said, GDDR5 makes the difference in high resolutions. A 256bits card does not have the advantage in 1280x1024 let's say, same for GDDR5
     
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