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Point of View Announces its 891 MHz GeForce GTS 450 TGT Ultra Charged Edition

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  1. btarunr

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    Point of View the leading European manufacturer of an exclusive range NVIDIA based 3D processor boards, advanced netbooks as well as fancy touchpad computers and additional enthusiast PC products, announces today a complete product range of advanced 3D processor graphics cards based on NVIDIA’s latest GeForce GTS 450 GPU with unrestricted support for PhysX, CUDA, SLI and 3D Vision.

    PhysX is supporting life-like realism of collisions, movements and explosions in advanced 3D gaming. CUDA is a platform to support parallel processing, e.g. for pixel-intensive image – and video–processing. SLI supports two graphics cards running in parallel, while 3D Vision supports true 3D experience with wireless 3D glasses. POV/TGT are offering 2 models with significantly enhanced clock settings, way beyond the recommended and widely proliferated reference clock settings of 783 MHz core clock and 3608 MHz memory clock.

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    The POV/TGT GeForce GTS 450 Ultra Charged is of highest quality and feature rock solid stability even beyond the documented clock settings of 891 MHz core clock, 1782 MHz shader clock and 4008 MHz memory clock (1002 MHz times 4 due to GDDR5).

    The POV/TGT GeForce GTS 450 Charged guarantees rock solid stability at a minimum of 835 MHz core clock, 1670 MHz shader clock and 3800 MHz memory clock (900 MHz times 4 due to GDDR5).

    “Fortunately we are introducing our products 2 weeks later than most of our competitors, and the addi-tional 2 weeks, we dedicated to balance the performance our products, will definitely pay off for our users” said Wolfram Tismer, CEO of TGT. “The POV/TGT GeForce GTS 450 products priced at € 139 and € 129 are offering today what we believe is “the best bang for the buck”, or in other words the best performance for a medium sized budget.”

    “Point of View was always striving to offer high quality products with extremely low defective rates,” added Björn Solli, CEO of Point of View. “The addition of professionally tuned enthusiast products to our existing product range based on high quality components and high quality manufacturing enjoyed an overwhelm-ing response around the world by the well known community of enthusiastic computer journalists as inde-pendent reviews turned out to be exceptional.”

    Considering the 783 MHz NVIDIA GeForce GTS 450 reference design, the 891 MHz POV/TGT GeForce GTS 450 Ultra Charged offers a significant performance increase of over 100 MHz.

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    It looks like these should be nice quiet and cool cards even with the overclock, i have to wonder though will they be worth the money over a stock model and overclocking it yourself as i would assume the max oc would be around the average with the gf106 chips.

    There is so many factory overclocked 450/60's and i admit some of them have very nice overclocks compaired to the 15 to 25mhz i have got used to seeing on most cards but i have to admit if enough gf104 chips could be binned to sell a 1ghz card then amd would really have to fight hard for my money.

    A 1ghz gts450 would also be nice but i think it would still not be powerful enough to tempt me away from other choices.
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    My Point of View on Point of View is that the Point of View of Point of View on the Point of View GTS 450 is to fool everyone and sell an Overclocked card at an unnecessary price premium

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    Wait i thought that's what most companys do with their top oc models? :p
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    Yea, but a GTS 450?
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    Ok very true :laugh: but there has to be other lower end cards labled as "SUPER ULITMATE OVERCLOCK 2GB!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!" and sold for about $50 to $100 more than they are worth :roll:
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    maybe it's handpicked to withstand further impressive overclock. in that case it would be worth the premium price
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    Admitdly that would make it more worth the price premium but most reviews of factory overclocked cards show that they normally reach around the same speeds as stock models.
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    In Soviet Germany, PoV overclocks trabant.

    Really, why, just why?

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