KFA2 Galaxy GTX 550 Ti LTD OC WHITE review
Posted by Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 03/14/2011 02:00 PM [ 0 comment(s) ]
So for today's review we'll be testing an retail product, this is the KFA2 (Galaxy) GeForce GTX 550 Ti LTD OC edition, and in specific the White edition. The design is not at all reference and it comes with... you guessed it, custom cooling.
The card bundle is simply but complete, you'll receive the card, drivers/AfterBurner, 6-pin to Molex and PCIe PEG power converters and VGA->DVI dongle. It clocks in factory clocked at a cool 1000 MHz on the core, 2000 MHz on the shader processor domain and 4600 MHz on the GDDR5 memory.
As you can see KFA2/Galaxy seated the GPU on a nice looking wtite PCB. Overall a good looking card for sure. The manufacturer follows high component class usege for the build of the card, boiling down to durable long lasting components, that often help you out in tweaking matters as well.
In this review we'll have a peek at the warmongers from KFA2 (Galaxy), they unleash this cute little beastly looking GTX 550 Ti LTD OC White edition graphics card. And to make it even more special, they slapped all components on a sexy white PCB again. Armed with that atypical looking cooler you'll learn that this product makes no compromises, you will not hear it, it will not run hot and it even comes factory clocked at a full GHz, quite amazing as GPUs seem to slowly pass that weird 1 GHz threshold.