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Leadtek Announces WinFast GTX 260 EXTREME+

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  1. btarunr

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    Rising to the expectations of international gamers, Leadtek Research Inc., a global front runner in extreme visual graphics technology development, announces the upgrade of its graphics card, WinFast GTX 260 EXTREME+. Based on the NVIDIA GTX 260 chipsets, the enthusiastic graphics card has been upgraded to 216 stream processors and ready to bring users into an impressive new era.

    Featuring the powerful GeForce GTX 260 GPU with upgraded 216 stream processors, WinFast GTX 260 EXTREME+ has a scorching GPU clock speed of 602MHz and GDDR3 896MB memory. GTX 260 EXTREME+ can power extreme HD gaming and entertainment, and also represent an effective shift of everyday processing tasks from the CPU to the GPU.

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    Powered up with the 2nd Generation NVIDIA Unified Architecture, WinFast GTX 260 EXTREME+ enables the rendering of multiple, true-to-life characters in complex and dynamic virtual worlds. Also, compatible with 3-way SLI technology, the new solutions impart to every user the thrill of extreme gaming and first-rate entertainment experience. NVIDIA Hybrid Power technology allows users to switch to the IGP of nForce motherboard when running non graphically-intensive applications for a silent and low power PC experience.

    Thanks to the latest parallel computing architecture with massive independent processing cores, GTX 260 EXTREME+ are empowered to execute the most intricate non-gaming applications via CUDA language.. These include accelerating the art design application, science simulation application or transcoding of video to a personal video player up to 7X faster than the CPU.

    The latest NVIDIA PhysX technology gives games a real lift with hugely destructible environments and ultra-realistic physical interaction. Gamers, one and all, get drawn convincingly into a virtual but realistic gaming environment with sweaty palms and a racing hearts as lifelike characters behave with incredible authenticity.

    Even more, GTX 260 EXTREME+ comes bundled with the most popular award-winning adventure game, Neverwinter Nights 2 – a game in which each decision directly affects both character and the passage of time - and all this with superb music and, for the most part, voice acting.

    With a 50% performance boost over previous generation cards, flagship WinFast GTX 260 EXTREME+ are sure to reinforce your PC performance and assure you total immersion and ultimate performance in the very best of all gaming worlds.

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    i test one of a Leadtek card it is work well
     
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    Ah yes the scorching clock speed of 602Mhz. As if this is the first card to break the 600Mhz barrier.:rolleyes:
     
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    Yet another factory overclocked reference card.
    Move along, nothing to see.
     
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    sigh...I wish they would max out the overclock from the factory... Mine came "overclocked" at 700mhz, got it overclocked currently at around 765mhz with no problem.
     
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    :wtf:
    You actually want more expensive cards?
    You'd want pay for something you could do yourself?
     
  7. btarunr

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    The 'expensive' cards are (claimed) handpicked for better OC's. But yes, even then not worth the premium.
     

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