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MSI GeForce GTX 260


$271.19 Released June, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Runs cooler than the equivalent GPU technology from AMD. Suitable for HTPC use - 1080p capable with HDMI output. Good mid-range performance on a wide range of games.

The Cons:Large footprint - might not fit in some cases. Comes with a noisy stock fan. Runs hot - doesn't come with a very efficient cooler.

The MSI GeForce GTX 260 series contains 2 cards. All of the cards contain the stock specification 896MB of DDR3 VRAM connected through a 448bit bus. Both utilize the stock cooler, and one remains at stock speeds while the other is overclocked from 576MHz/1998MHz to 620/MHz/2160MHz.

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For more information on the GTX 260 refer to the full report.

Models

N260GTX-T2D896: A 896MB dual slot card, stock cooler, at stock clockspeeds(576MHz/1998MHz)
N260GTX-T2D896-OC: A 896MB dual slot card, stock cooler, at enhanced clockspeeds(620MHz/2160MHz)

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    runs cooler than the equivalent GPU technology from AMD

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    suitable for HTPC use - 1080p capable with HDMI output

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    good mid-range performance on a wide range of games

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    lots of headroom for overclocking and customization through the included drivers

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    large footprint - might not fit in some cases

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    comes with a noisy stock fan

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    runs hot - doesn't come with a very efficient cooler

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    requires a fair amount of power - might not be a suitable upgrade for off the shelf desktops

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