ECS GeForce GTS 250 1024MB review | test -
ECS GeForce GTS 250 1024MB unboxing
ECS GeForce GTS 250 1024MB unboxing
On the next few pages we'll show you some photos. The images were taken at high-resolution and then cropped and scaled down. The camera used was a Canon 450D 12 MegaPixel.
ECS has a new design packaging. I have to admit that this is looking pretty damn nice. Even other people who noticed the box here in the office had comments like 'now that's a good looking design' I agree completely. Inside of course the graphics cards and all the cables, manual and driver CD.
Once unboxed here we have the ECS GeForce GTS 250. This model is armed with 1024MB memory. The 512MB version is only 25 USD cheaper so I do recommend you guys to just go for the extra memory.
The card has it's connector protected with little plastic caps. You can hook up two monitors with high resolutions over 2560x1600 pixels. All the way to the left a analog S-VIDEO output.
Due to the height of the cooler, the graphics card uses up two slots. You can spot two SLI fingers to your bottom right, allowing up-to 3-way SLI, on selected (nForce or X58) motherboards you can have three cards rendering your games simultaneously.
Plenty of space, the cooler is not blocking the SLI fingers. The little white two-pin connector is a SPDIF lead.
The GeForce GTX 560 we'll review in this article comes from ECS, out of the three products GTX 560 tested today here on Guru3D.com this one is reference clocked, has a reference design and a reference cooler. So this product will be the baseline performance product. Now that does not mean a sober product contrary, baseline performance is pretty good for the money. And next to that, we all know you'll gain the most from the less expensive products one you go and tweak them.
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ECS GeForce GTS 250 1024MB review | test
ECS GeForce GTS 250 tested -- Today the turn goes to the folks at ECS. Ever since the past year or two they have been trying hard to get a grip in the e-tail and retail channel, and as a brand they certainly are growing. With a creative product design and marketing team they present us some fairly special designs and concepts. Today's product tested is not at all different. Though we'll stubble into a reference clocked product, there is very little little reference otherwise.
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