ASUS GTX260 Matrix Graphics Card

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Introduction

Asus are one of the most popular companies among all enthusiast circles and are well known for their premium component offerings. Building on their success with gamers over the years Asus also have a number of their products under the Republic of Gamers banner, a label they attach to their products with the finest hardware engineering, the fastest performance and the most innovative features.

Today we’re going to be looking at the Asus ENGTX260 Matrix graphics card. The card is complete with a custom cooler and a comprehensive software application which allows for overvolting and overclocking of the card. The card is available for about £160 and these features could easily give it a strong advantage over competing products.

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