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ASUS Launches the GTS 250 Graphics Card

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    NVIDIA's GeForce GTS 250 is based on a G92b GPU manufactured using 55nm technology. It boasts 128 stream processors and a 256-bit memory interface. In addition, like most GeForce graphics cards, this new GPU also offers support for DirectX 10, CUDA, SLI and dual-DVI connectivity. The reference cards will boast a 740MHz GPU and a more than decent 512MB of GDDR3 memory, clocked at 2200MHz.


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    ASUS Ups the Ante with New GTX285 and GTX295 Cards

    ASUS can now provide its users with a standard GTX 285 graphics card, but also two new models, the ENGTX285 ULTIMATE and ENGTX285 TOP, that have been featured with a factory-overclocked graphics processing unit. According to the company, these new cards should provide users with a performance boost of 10% and 5%, respectively. The clock speed of ASUS' new ENGTX285 ULTIMATE has been raised from 648MHz to 712MHz for the core, from 1476MHz to 1620MHz for the shader and from 2484MHz to 2760MHz for the memory. The GTX 285 TOP version boasts a core/shader/memory core speed of 670MHz/1550MHz/2600MHz, respectively.

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