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MSi N250GTS Twin Frozr 1G


$150.00 Released July, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Cooler performs as advertised - runs quiet and cool. Solid mid-range performance for those on a budget. Looks great - features simple, clean aesthetics.

The Cons:No voltage control - limits overclocking options. Relatively long card length - not suitable for small cases. Backwards design - the MSI logo on is displayed upside-down on the card's rear.

The MSi N250GTS Twin Frozr 1G is a high end video card for hardcore gamers. It features a fast processor working together with a fair amount of memory. The heatpipe cooling system moves heat away from the card with two separate fans.

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While the original Twin Frozr's processor could operate in 675MHz and 738MHz modes natively, the 1G version is locked at 675MHz.

The processor is a 675MHz NVidia GeForce GTS 250 working with 1GB of DDR3 memory. The memory is clocked at 2000MHz and uses a 256-bit data transfer. The card uses a basic PCI-E 2.0 slot, and has outputs for VGA, DVI-I, and HDMI. A 2560x1600 resolution is fully supported. This card supports 2-way and 3-way SLI for multiple GPU processing, and has HDCP support for multimedia. DirectX 10.0 and OpenGL 2.1 supported.

Features

  • 675MHz NVidia GeForce GTS 250 processor
  • PCI Express 2.0
  • 1GB DDR3 memory
  • 2000MHz memory clock speed (256-bit)
  • 2 x VGA, 2 x DVI-I, and HDMI outputs
  • HDCP support
  • 2560x1600 resolution
  • DirectX 10.0 support
  • OpenGL 2.1 support
  • 2- and 3-way SLI capable

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Pros
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    cooler performs as advertised - runs quiet and cool

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    solid mid-range performance for those on a budget

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    looks great - features simple, clean aesthetics

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    available with a rebate from retailers

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    allows for cost effective 2-way SLI

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    bundled Afterburner overclocking software works well

Cons
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    no voltage control - limits overclocking options

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    relatively long card length - not suitable for small cases

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    backwards design - the MSI logo on is displayed upside-down on the card's rear

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