Monday, December 6th 2010

ASUS Develops New Feature-Rich GeForce GTS 450 Overclocked Graphics Card

ASUS is designing a new GeForce GTS 450 graphics card that is factory overclocked, and makes use of some innovative new features. To begin with, the card is clocked at 810 MHz for the core, 1620 MHz CUDA cores, and 902 MHz (3608 GDDR5 effective) for memory. It makes use of a 4-phase VRM with POSCAP capacitors, an EMI shield, and GPU Guard technology that increases durability. On the other side of the coin ofcourse, there's the VoltageTweak feature that lets you adjust voltages to optimize an overclocked speed profile. Display outputs include one each of DVI, D-Sub, and full-sized HDMI, The GTS 450 is based on the GF106 GPU, it features 192 CUDA cores and connects to 1 GB of memory over a 128-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface.

Source: TechConnect Magazine
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7 Comments on ASUS Develops New Feature-Rich GeForce GTS 450 Overclocked Graphics Card

I just got an EVGA SC GTS 450 for my other system and it does 980 on the core and 2300mhz on the memory while being almost silent. This Asus surely can go over 1000mhz.
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Yeah I can see the heatsink unfolds into a cupholder :laugh:

Looks nice, any pricing?
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aleksander dishnica said:
still i prefer msi's one
the same colors black and red
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Isn't this too closely priced to the 768MB GTX460?
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Easy Rhino
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well there is an asus on newegg for $170 that has twice the CUDA cores and a higher memory bandwidth but a slower core clock. so this one should be $140?
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