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Monday, 13 September 2010 11:51

Nvidia GTS 450 sells for €120 in Europe

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Reference and OC versions available

After showing up at Newegg.com and revealing the US $129.99 price, Nvidia's GTS 450 has finally become widely available in some of the European retail/e-tail shops. Although it is listed with the lowest price of €115,11, it is still pretty hard to find below €120.

Some of the biggest retailers/e-tailers in Europe have decided to join in on the fun and Alternate.de has couple of these cards from various partners ready in stock. The cheapest one comes from Sparkle, closely followed by Gainward, and we are talking about reference clocked cards selling for €117,90 and €122,90. Alternate also has Palit's and Gigabyte's reference clocked card with similar price.

The cheapest factory overclocked card comes from Gainward, and we are talking about Golden Sample card clocked at 880MHz for the GPU, 1760MHz for those 192 CUDA cores and 3900MHz for 1GB of GDDR5 memory. This one is price at €127 and followed closely by MSI's Cyclone OC and Palit's Sonic cards with a €129,90 price tag.

All of these aforementioned cards can be found and ordered here. You can also check out the full listings here.
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