Leadtek GeForce GTX 260 Extreme+ Pro Reviews
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Leadtek GeForce GTX 260 Extreme+ Reviews7
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|Bjorn3D||9/10||Nov 24 '08|
|Hardware Zone||4/5||Nov 12 '08|
|Overclockers Club||---||Mar 05 '09|
|techPowerUp!||9.2/10||Nov 05 '08|
|Tweak Town||90%||Feb 27 '09|
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"All things considered, the Leadtek Limited WinFast GTX260 EXTREME+ video card earns the Bigbruin.com "Recommended" and "Whisper Quiet" awards."
"The factory oveclocked LeadTek WinFast GTX 260 Extreme+ has excellent performance that will surely please any PC gaming enthusiast. And if the extreme gaming enthusiast isn't so easily pleased, the GTX 260 Extreme+ has plenty of overclocking potential that should be able to put a smile on their face."
"The high-end segment is certainly competitive, price and performance-wise. Although we think the 512MB HD 4870s represent good value for money in this segment, we cannot deny that the enhanced GeForce GTX 260 Core 216 certainly looks very promising, as it could potentially perform as well as a GTX 280, as demonstrated by the Leadtek WinFast GTX 260 Extreme+. That said, if you are leaning towards NVIDIA, then perhaps the GeForce GTX Core 216 SKU is the best of the lot."
"In comparison with other available offerings today, the Leadtek GTX 260 Extreme+ is a good bet if you are looking for a powerful video card for high-end gaming experiences. If you think something like a GTX 285 or HD 4870 X2 is a bit too hardcore for you, but are looking for a video card that'll be able to keep reasonable framerates in games for a long time to come, the Extreme+ is definitely a card to consider. If there was one flaw with the Leadtek GTX 260 Extreme+, it would be that it doesn't offer much that distinguishes itself from the other abundance of overclocked GTX 260 (216 shader core) cards on the market today. That isn't much of a flaw -- but it is something that prevents the spotlight from falling on the Extreme+ over other similar offerings. But if you can get the Leadtek GTX 260 Extreme+ for a good price, then it's a safe bet for very solid performance."
"Basically if you can find this card, it rocks. The other GTX 260s might offer the same performance, but this one definitely did well. Nearly catching up to the GTX 285, which costs more, is no easy feat and gives this card a great price versus performance. 896 MB of ram is plenty for most games, and should handle larger resolutions where all games were very playable here, except for Crysis Warhead. The only downfall that I just hinted to here is that the card is hard to find nearly impossible - in stock anywhere. And this is a small point but some people don't like robots, but I thought it was cool and comfortably different from skimpy girls and all the other different designs. The cooler is reference, but the temperatures were a little lower than most, either better thermal paste or less was applied since usually too much is applied from the factory."