While most of our readers wouldn't know it, there is a lot of discussion, politics and soap-opera behind the scenes of the tech world. The new GeForce GTS 250 has been one of the most played out stories in graphics card history.
Many have accused NVIDIA of constantly rebranding existing hardware for purely marketing purposes, and while it's difficult to argue that point, the end result of better products and lower prices is still good for the consumer.
What we are interested in is the product: does the GeForce GTS 250 1GB offer gaming performance, feature set and a lower price than previously available products?
Is the GeForce GTS 250 a rebranded GeForce 9800 GTX+? Yes. Is that all there is to it? No. The GeForce GTS 250 does indeed use the same 55nm revision of the G92 architecture (known as G92b) but with this new name comes higher clock rates and additional memory.
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