GeForce GTS 450 to Sport New GPU

Published: 23rd Jul 2010, 19:20 GMT

techPowerUp! News :: GeForce GTS 450 to Sport New GPU, 128-bit Memory Interface

After an industry-wide launch of the GeForce GTX 460 768M and GTX 460 1G, NVIDIA’s next product launch is increasingly looking like a mainstream SKU, which will be based on a newer GPU. The GF106 graphics processor will push NVIDIA deeper into the mainstream market segment, where it will be competing for graphics cards in the sub-$150 range. One of the first SKUs is the GeForce GTS 450.

The GeForce GTS 450 GPU will have 1 GB of GDDR5 memory across a 128-bit wide memory interface, according to sources close to DonanimHaber. There won’t be a reference NVIDIA board as such, and board partners will be given full lease to design their own PCBs and coolers. The GeForce GTS 450 is expected to be released to the market by the end of August, 2010.

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