Asus GeForce GTX 950 TUF Echelon limited edition released

Asus GeForce GTX 950 TUF Echelon review

Contrary to what usually happens with most of limited edition graphics cards, the Asus TUF Echelon incorporates much more than a cosmetic change. And is that honoring the name TUF that the manufacturer only uses in its base higher end motherboards and are designed under military standards, the GTX 950 TUF Echelon has electronic components of the highest quality and, as with the plates exceeds the strictest military standards of quality to ensure a long life. Acer Aspire VN7-791G Black Edition comes with Nvidia GTX 950M GPU.

And for the manufacturing process of these graphics Asus uses elo who have called Asus Auto Extreme (AAE), an automated manufacturing process that incorporates premium quality materials technology and ensures that each and every one of the components exiting the production chain are exactly the same, so you only need to make quality tests a model and have the absolute certainty that all the others will too.

Asus GeForce GTX 950 TUF Echelon reviews

Some of the tests they do to these charts to ensure quality and durability, for example, subject them to beatings, maintain full chart at 55 ° C for 48 hours with humidity above 90% (in this case corrosion kill any “normal”) electronic component, and in general, Asus has tested over 1000 units of the TUF Echelon under these tests to ensure that the models launched on the market are simply perfect.

Review of Asus GeForce GTX 950 TUF Echelon

Regarding aesthetics, as you will see by the images Asus has equipped the TUF Echelon of a military aesthetic reasons greyish white with “urban camo”. It is equipped with the usual sink Asus DirectCU II fans with double ball bearing according to the manufacturer temperatures provide 20% better and a noise level three times lower than the reference models in this graph.

Speaking a little of everything, the TUF Echelon GTX 950 from Asus also has factory overclocked, as Asus has raised the operating frequency of the core to the 1329 Mhz, delivering a performance 10% higher than the GTX 950 reference NVIDIA.

Posted on March 18 2016. Tagged with Tags:, ,

About the Author

Dimsea Arora has been a member of the Mytechpartner.com team since 2010. Dimsea functions as the Vice President and mainly behind the scenes, but does get to chime in with a blog post now and then.