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Wednesday, 15 September 2010 10:14

POV/TGT GTS 450 comes later

Written by Slobodan Simic
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To be fastest on the market

We had a chance to check out what is going on with TGT's GTS 450 version and we were told that the card should end up to be the fastest one on the market but it will take a few days 'till TGT scores the highest and the most stable possible clocks.

TGT has recently surprised us with bunch of GTX 400 series cards that used reference cooling and had highest factory overclocked clocks on the market, and it is pretty safe to assume that the GTS 450 Ultra Charged might be pretty good as well. The fastest factory GTS 450 on the market works at 932MHz and comes from Palit, and Mr. Tismer told us that this clock is achievable and that the new TGT GTS 450 Ultra Charged should end up to be at least a bit faster.

It will take a week or two in order for TGT to get this card ready and tested as TGT pointed out on several occasions, it is important to have the fastest card, but it also has to work flawlessly in every case scenario. We'll give you more info once it shows up.
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