Galaxy NVIDIA GeForce GTS 450 1GB Review – Fermi goes lower, again Posted by Ryan Shrout | Sep 13, 2010 | Graphics Cards | 2 Manufacturer: NVIDIA ContentsGF106 and the cores that love itThe new GeForce GTS 450 1GB graphics card is based on a completely new GF106 GPU that takes the Fermi architecture and pulls it back a bit more to make a lower cost, more efficient unit. Starting at 0 or so, the GTS 450 is the cheapest NVIDIA DX11 part available but how can it compare to the Radeon HD 5770?Reference and Galaxy Overclocked cardsTesting Methodology and System SetupBatman: Arkham AsylumFar Cry 2Tom Clancy’s H.A.W.X.Resident Evil 5World in ConflictDX11: DiRT 2DX11: Metro 20333DMark VantageGeForce GTS 450 1GB SLI TestingPower Consumption, a new driver and Conclusions3DMark Vantage The HD 5770 still performs great in 3DMark Vantage and it takes the speeds of the overclocked Galaxy model to match it in the standard performance tests. « Previous1. GF106 and the cores that love it2. Reference and Galaxy Overclocked cards3. Testing Methodology and System Setup4. Batman: Arkham Asylum5. Far Cry 26. Tom Clancy’s H.A.W.X.7. Resident Evil 58. World in Conflict9. DX11: DiRT 210. DX11: Metro 203311. 3DMark Vantage12. GeForce GTS 450 1GB SLI Testing13. Power Consumption, a new driver and ConclusionsNext » Share: Video News
Thanks for taking your time
Thanks for taking your time writing this review. I just purchased a new pc with GTS 450, should be receiving it tommorow. I think it’s a good card for a good price for anyone who’s not a high end game graphics maximalist.
As long as you are not
As long as you are not looking for a rebate, the GeForce is an OK product though I have had to replace my GeForce video card twice since my PC’s purchase six years ago. If you are expecting a rebate then this is not the product for you. I have been jilted twice on rebates and it won’t happen again.