AVADirect Now Offers NVIDIA GeForce GTX 550 Graphics Cards
AVADirect recently added the new line of Nvidia's GTX 550 cards to our website. These cards are based of of the GTS 450 process and have improved cooling, performance, and video RAM. In respect, the cards are practically parallel with the GTX 460 card, but run much cooler and quieter. The card is not in any way to compete with high-end cards, but to provide an alternate solution to a once problematic configuration caused from heat or noise. The drivers are also a bit different, and any Nvidia enthusiasts can tell you Nvidia did not do the most stellar job with their 400 series drivers. They did correct numerous driver-signing issues with the 500 series cards and continue to make even more improvements with the physical aspect of the series as well. More than likely, these cards will be placed in the "price to performance" category and will be considered for systems that require more than average video performance, but not so much for the high-end workstation/gaming systems. Either way, Nvidia does a good job at cleaning up their previous mistakes and I cannot wait for future releases from the world renown graphics card manufacturer.
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