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Point of View Releases New GeForce GTS 250

Point of View has launched the GeForce GTS 250 GPU the youngest sibling in the GeForce 200 Series. The company has already seen the power of newest technologies equipped with the GeForce 200 series. Both CUDA and PhysX drastically boost performance in hardware accelerated applications and games. The 55nm based GeForce GTS 250 has 128 shader cores and offers a major improvement to its power consumption efficiency, operating temperature and core speed. Its DDR3 memory is running on 2200 MHz whilst the GPU core has a speed of 738 MHz. The speed of the internal processors is clocked on an impressive speed of 1836 MHz.

The newest GeForce 200 graphics card can be easily crowned as one of the most diverse cards ever. With an interesting price tag, VGA, DVI and HDMI connections on board and an extensive cooling system for quiet operation, this card takes the best of all worlds into one steady performer. Just like the other cards within the GeForce 200 range, this card has standard support for Microsoft DirectX 10 / Shader model 4 as well as the following technologies:
- NVIDIA PhysX;
- NVIDIA CUDA;
- NVIDIA Hybrid Power.

Choose between a raging 512MB DDR3 or 1024MB DDR3 version to fit your needs and if this still isn't enough, crank up the performance by placing a second through SLI.



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