Lantic GeForce GTX 550 Ti goes up to 1040 MHz

Published: 16th Mar 2011, 13:56 GMT

Lantic GeForce GTX 550 Ti goes up to 1040 MHz, has dual-fan cooler | TechConnect Magazine
Lantic Technology has just revealed its own GeForce GTX 550 Ti card, a model which is not only factory overclocked to great heights – has GPU/shaders/memory clocks of 1040/1800/4400 MHz (900/1800/4100 MHz stock), but is also equipped with a custom cooler made by Arctic.

If we’re not mistaking, the cooling solution found on Lantic’s card is the Accelero Twin Turbo Pro which features two 92mm fans operating at 1000 to 2000 RPM, 35 aluminum fins and four copper heatpipes. Beside the beefy cooler, the GTX 550 Ti features 192 CUDA Cores, 2-way SLI support, 1GB of GDDR5 memory, and dual-DVI and mini HDMI outputs.

No word on pricing but it’s only natural that this one will bear a price premium compared to stock models which cost $150.




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