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|21st June 2009, 20:27||#1|
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ECS GeForce GTS 250 review
Thanks to its 3-way SLI support and 1GB of onboard memory, the ECS GeForce GTS 250 is a very interesting product. The decent amount of memory and flexible SLI support mean you should be able to build a solid gaming machine without spending mega bucks for high-end cards.
Comparing the GTS 250 to ATIís 4850 along with the older 9800GTX+, the GTS 250 is faster overall. At the same time, the GTS 250 also sports a much smaller PCB size and lower cost, which makes it a great buy for those on a budget as well as for those interested in building a compact PC.
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