Palit GeForce GTS 450 Sonic Platinum 1GB GDDR5 PCIe

  • Palit GeForce GTS 450 Sonic Platinum 1GB GDDR5 PCIe
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  • Runs cool, Factory overclocked that offers a good performance gain, Extremely quiet, Low power consumption, Two DVI port, a VGA port, and a HDMI
  • Factory overclocked; low power usage; HDMI audio works properly.
  • High overclock out of the box, Good additional OC potential, Very quiet, Native fullsize HDMI output, Analog VGA output, GDDR5 memory, Support for DirectX 11, Support for NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround, Support for CUDA, PhysX and 3D Vision


  • More expensive than other GTS 450
  • It’s a little pricey compared to the competition; slightly higher power draw than reference cards.

Expert reviews and ratings

By Bjorn3D on 85

The launch of the GTS 450 prompted AMD to lower the price of the HD 5770 to compete against the GTS 450's $130 price tag. While the reference GTS 450 is often able to perform at the level of the HD 5770, it does sometimes fall slightly behind. This...

By Overclockers Club on

Palit continues to impress with their GTS 450 Sonic Platinum edition factory overclocked video card. It comes to you the consumer with overclocked speeds that make it one of (if not the fastest) GTS 450 you can buy. This card does come in two...

By Pureoverclock on

Nvidia got off to a rough start with the GT 100 Fermi release of the GTX 480, 470, and 465 cards. But things got back on the rails with the GTX 460, as they corrected the issues and started to come on strong. It seems that continues here with the GTS...

By HardwareHeaven on 100

When the GTX 460 was released it very much changed the midrange market due to the success NVIDIA had in keeping control on power, heat and noise levels while providing great features and gaming performance. For this reason it was always going to be...

By Maximum PC on 80

New GeForce Fermi finally shatters the sound barrier Nvidia’s relentless effort to push the Fermi architecture into more affordable territory continues with the introduction of the GeForce GTS 450. Not content to just use an older chip with...

By techPowerUp! on 91

NVIDIA's new GeForce GTS 450 is a solid implementation of the Fermi architecture for the lower midrange segment. The cards have enough power to play the latest titles at resolutions up to, including 1680x1050. Older games will run just fine at...

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