Twintech GEFORCE GTS250 XT OC Edition
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And the fight wages on between the green and red camps. It hasn’t even been 2 months since NVIDIA released the GTX285/GTX295 series of graphics cards and 3 days ago they released the GTS250 series which is targeted mostly towards people that want to play games but not in extreme high resolutions. The GTS250 is considered by many to be just a rebranding of the 9800GTX+ series and they are kinda right. Nvidia made a few optimizations onto the G92 chip and launched the GTS250 in an effort to name their line of graphics cards in such a way that it would not confuse people. One can understand a lot easier about which card is faster when you hear GTS250 and GTX260 in comparison to 9800GTX+ and GTX260 and this is mainly why Nvidia made this move. It is worth mentioning that Nvidia started this entire project when almost a year ago they renamed their graphics cards drivers from Forceware to Geforce so it would be easier for people to find them online.
Twintech Technologies was established in 1999 and since then they have managed to make themselves known to the entire world through many award winning graphics card solutions featuring a large number of innovations such as better cooling systems and higher speeds. Twintech Technologies is dedicated in the manufacturing and distribution of quality computer components such as graphics cards. Their Head office is located in Hong Kong and their logistics warehouse is located in the city of Tours in France. Their mission is to become a pioneer in pc hardware and bring high quality products to users with competitive pricing while at the same time provide excellent support to all of their valued customers.
The GTS250 which we have here today is the GTS250 XT OC variant that does not come with the default Nvidia cooling solution but with the Arctic Cooling Accelero Twin Turbo GPU Cooler. This cooling solution should not only dissipate heat better than the stock cooler but it should also be more silent. This is another world wide first for Real World Labs so join us to test the performance of this card and see if it is really a rebranded 9800GTX+ or if Nvidia did make a few changes to the card after all.