NVIDIA Debuts GTS 450 Officially

Posted: Sep 13 2010, 9:35am CDT | by , in News | Computer Hardware

 
NVIDIA Debuts GTS 450 Officially
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NVIDIA is one of the two major video card makers along with AMD that gamers look at when they are shopping. The companies fight for the dollars of gamers and for the best performing cards all the time. NVIDIA has unveiled its latest video card called the GTS 450.

The new video card promises to be as much as 65% faster than the closest competing products in tessellation, a big feature of DirectX 11. NV also claims that the card is 30% faster than the last generation cards in DX9 and DX10 video games like StarCraft II.

The card is an entry-level offering selling at an MSRP of $129. IT is aimed at gamers wanting resolutions of 1600 x 1050 or 1280 x 1024. The card is available right now from a variety of brands like EVGA, Asus, PNY, and lots more.

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