GeForce Graphics Card Roundup – April 2009

On First Page2. Gigabyte GTS 250


Introduction

Nvidia’s GT200 core first made an appearance on the GTX 280 and 260 back in June of 2008. Since then we have seen it used on the GTX 295, GTX 285 and GTX 275 as well as in a modified version of the GTX 260 with additional unified shaders. Today we take a look at several of the cards based on the GT200 core as well as a GTS 250 to see which offer the best value for gaming and GPU computing tasks. For anyone considering the purchase of a GeForce product in the next few months this article is essential reading.

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