Our GeForce GTS 250 was provided by ASUS and when we contacted them for more information regarding it, they could only tell us that it was an early engineering sample. However, according to news around the Internet , our guess is that this is from the Dark Knight series of cards. Since we are unsure of the exact details of the card, save for what GPU-Z tells us, we will only give ratings for the new GeForce GTS 250 SKU and not this particular card.
Here's what we do know about the card: it comes clocked at NVIDIA's reference clock speeds, and it boasts a very elaborate looking custom cooler that looks like it means business. If all goes well, this should give us some impressive readings in our temperature test.
For those who are interested, the dual SLI connectors on the GTS 250 means that SLI is very much possible, though it's picky in the sense that the memory buffer size has to be similar to be paired up. You cannot match a 512MB version with the 1GB GTS 250.