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ASUS GeForce GTS 250 Dark Knight Graphics Card

ASUS expands the Dark Knight series with the introduction of a GTS 250 variant. Let's see what they do with it to make it stand out.

| NVIDIA GeForce GPU in Video Cards | Posted: Apr 22, 2009 5:37 am
TweakTown Rating: 95%      Manufacturer: ASUS

ASUS GTS 250 Dark Knight Graphics Card

 

Introduction

 

The Dark Knight series of graphics cards have been out for a while now, but this is actually the first time we've had a look at any card that's a part of the series. The particular model we're looking at today is the GTS 250 which, while being nothing more than a rebranded 9800 GTX+, has gained popularity due to the aggressive pricing structure that NVIDIA has done on it.

 

While it might not be anything new technically, it hasn't stopped companies from mixing it up with new coolers, overclocks and different bundles. There are two versions of the GTS 250 under the ASUS Dark Knight series; there's the model we have today which carries with it the upgraded cooling system and stock clocks. And then there's another model available which is also a part of the TOP series and offers an overclocked core and memory clock along with the same cooling design we see on the one we have here today.

 

While we'll have a closer look at the cooler in just a moment, first we'll take the time to have a look at the bundle that ASUS has put together and then we'll check out the card, have a closer look at the specifications before we move on to benchmark it and then wrap it all up. So with that all said and done, let's get stuck into the box and see what exactly ASUS are offering us here today with the ENGTS250 Dark Knight.

 

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