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    Chinese website IT168 has leaked slides from the release presentation of NVIDIA's upcoming GeForce GTS 450. While there are no major surprises, the slides confirm several rumours. The reference design of the GeForce GTS 450's body is identical to the reference GTX 460. It features 4 SM or PolyMorph Engines with 48 SP or CUDA Cores each (much like GF104, unlike GF100), for a total of 192 SP. The core is clocked at 783 MHz, with the shaders at 1566 MHz. 1GB 128-bit GDDR5 memory clocked at 900 MHz mean a low bandwidth of 57.6 GB/s, well below the likes of the HD 5770 and predecessor GTS 250. The GTS 450 features 32 TMUs, and looks like a fully enabled GF106 part. In essence, GF106 is GF104 cut in half.
    The GTS 450's power consumption is decent, with TDP listed at 106W. However, we have seen actual TDP and NVIDIA's figures vary in the past. Performance wise, the GTS 450 is expected to be somewhere between the Radeon HD 5750 and Radeon HD 5770. The HD 5770 has a near identical TDP of 108W, but the HD 5750 consumes only 86W. All three cards, as expected, use a single 6-pin PCIe connector.

    Expected to retail at $130, the GeForce GTS 450 is slightly cheaper than the Radeon HD 5750, despite performing approximately 10% better. Heavily factory overclocked versions will be available, upto 900+ MHz. In fact, the some GTS 450 may hit 1 GHz. From a stock speed of 783 MHz, this is incredible overclocking potential. Sporting a GTX 460-like cooler, the GTS 450 provides ample cooling performance, with Furmark load temperatures only 72C at default fan settings.
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    I think this might make an ideal Physx card for me
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    the low end is pretty exciting now.

    awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by logan View Post
    the low end is pretty exciting now.

    awesome!
    Guess this the new Nvidia entry level gaming card
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    LOL the 460 got u guys all excited. Give Nvidea credit. They are finally getting smart and going after marketshare the lost over the last 1+ years..... So many bought ATI on the lower end because of Nvideas arrogance, lack of product and price point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biff73 View Post
    I think this might make an ideal Physx card for me
    Exactly. In terms of performance, GTS450 1GB's price at $130 is only justified if you can indeed overclock it to 1 GHz+, which would make its performance per dollars equivalent to GTX 460 768MB which is at $180 today (and can typically be overclocked to 900 Mhz). I guess for a gamer who a) doesn't play bleeding edge games, b) at no higher than a 1680x1050 resolution and c) is willing to overclock his card to the max., that the GTS450 makes sense.

    As for me, since I play at 1920x1200, no upgrades for me until AMD's Southern Islands shakes up the market.

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    We will be finding out soon enough, how well they perform. Biff , I was thinking about using the GTX 460 as a dedicated Phys X with the two GTX 470 SC cards, but if they drop the price with the 450 release I might pick up a 3rd 470 SC and run Tri SLI .

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    We will be having a few GTS 450 reviews ready for launch day gentlemen

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    Early Galaxy GTS 450 OC Benchies Leak from TT







    Article: http://www.hkepc.com/forum/viewthrea...&extra=&page=1

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    First hand information coming VERY soon boys......

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    GeForce GTS 450 NDA is now officially expired!

    We've got 2 GTS 450 reviews going live in a few minutes!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    We will be finding out soon enough, how well they perform. Biff , I was thinking about using the GTX 460 as a dedicated Phys X with the two GTX 470 SC cards, but if they drop the price with the 450 release I might pick up a 3rd 470 SC and run Tri SLI .
    I will pick up a GTS450 as a Physx card,it was a bit better than what I initially thought
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    We've got more GTS 450 reviews coming, looks like 2 more cards arrived today.

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