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Tuesday, 19 October 2010 08:25

Gainward GTS 450 Goes Like Hell dissected - 2. A closer look at GTS 450 GLH

Written by Sanjin Rados

Review: GTS 450 GLH is the fastest GTS 450 around

Gainward’s GTS 450 GLH uses nonreference dual-slot cooling that does a nice job and stays quiet throughout our tests.


You can see what hides under the hood on the following pictures.


GTS 450 GLH comes with 1GB of GDDR5 memory running at 1000MHz (4000MHz effectively). We’re talking about Samsung’s K4G10325FE-HC05 GDDR5.

Gainward decided on “QuattroPorts” design, meaning the card comes with four video outs – two dual link DVIs, one VGA and one HDMI out.
The SLI connector means you can chain up to two cards in two-way SLI. The card is powered via one 6-pin power connector.
In the box you’ll get the user’s manual, driver CD and one 2x molex-to-6-pin PCIe adapter.

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+4 #1 Jaberwocky 2010-10-19 09:33
There is always a sweet spot in each generation of cards from Nvidia & ATI.From this last generation from ATI it was the 5850.looking back on all the Nvidia releases so far.The sweet spot was the GTX460 1GB card.Those above to costly & hot & pwer hungry.Those below perform to badly.I wonder what the next gen from the Green and Red Teams will produce?

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