EVGA GeForce GTS 250 HDMI
Released November, 2009
The Pros:Can handle most modern games at good settings, often max settings. Outputs for all major monitor types, works with everything. Fairly short, good for smaller cases.
The Cons:Generates a lot of heat that has to be properly vented from the case.
The EVGA GeForce GTS 250 HDMI is a mid-range video card intended for people who need very high resolution graphics. While it may not be able to handle high frame rates and heavy CAD applications, it will be able to support detailed displays due to an increased amount of on board memory over the original 250.
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The processor is slightly slower than the original 250, it is still a capable 675MHz NVidia with 128 processing cores. The memory has been expanded to 1024MB of DDR3, with 57.6GB/s of bandwidth. It has DVI-I, VGA and HDMI outputs, and can be linked with other video cards through SLI technology. This card has a much larger fan than the original 250, which may make this a good choice for people who like to overclock their video cards.
- 675MHz NVidia GTS 250 processor with 128 processing cores
- 1024MB GDDR3 memory with 57.6GB/s bandwidth
- PCI-E 2.0
- DVI-I, VGA and HDMI outputs
- SLI Capable
- 240Hz refresh rate
- 2560x1600 resolution
User Reviews (1)
can handle most modern games at good settings, often max settings
outputs for all major monitor types, works with everything
fairly short, good for smaller cases
doesn't draw too much power even when you push it
excellent value for the performance, would expect to pay quite a bit more
plenty of video memory helps make it a bit more future-proof
generates a lot of heat that has to be properly vented from the case
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