GTS 250, vanilla and the green edition Tags: Graphics Cards Vanilla Green Palit Graphics Product Last response: September 6, 2009 2:25 PM in Graphics & Displays Share antemon September 6, 2009 1:26:51 AM I was just wondering what exactly is the difference with the two? inno3d one and the palit green edition one. price-wise, they don't seem to be far from each other, but I was wondering about the overall gaming experience here <<n00b More about : gts 250 vanilla green edition drums101 a c 101 U Graphics card September 6, 2009 2:59:42 AM the green edition is basically one that is clocked slower so it consumes much less power...this in turn means that it will not play video games nearly as well as the non green version...if ur into gaming the vanilla version is the way to go shubham1401 a b U Graphics card September 6, 2009 2:25:29 PM Choose Green version: When you are held back by your PSU and don't wanna upgrade it for some reason. Vanilla:For all other cases. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumGTS 250 green edition ForumIs it ok to overclock a gts 250 e- green edition ? ForumDoes gts 250 green edition perform lesser? ForumGTS250 Palit 1gb E- Green ForumPalit E- Green 250 GTS ForumOverclocking my e5400 and gts 250 e- green , cooling fan ForumDell Dimension 9100 - Palit Geforce GTS 250 E- Green 1 GB ForumGTS 250 Green 1Gb Need Advice!!!!! Forum250GTS E- Green producing errors. ForumEvga 8800 gts 320 vanilla ,new, Should I Ebay it? ForumPalit GTS 250 Green (1GB) or E- Green (1GB) ForumGTS 250 vs GTX 470 - For Premiere CS4/CS5 Editing ForumIs 9800gt green edition any good for me? ForumAsus gtx560ti directcuII-broken ForumGts 250 running slow. ForumPsu for gts 250 1 gb Forum~Green static screen on start up~ ForumGTX 285 Vs GTX 260 Black edition ForumRadeon 4770 or Nvidia gts 250 Forum[Solved] EVGA GTX 295 CO-OP edition come with SLI Bridge? More resources Read discussions in other Graphics & Displays categories Ati GPUs Graphics Cards Gtx HD Monitors SLI Crossfire Tuner Cards Radeon Video Diamond Multimedia Matrox Nvidia Palit PowerColor Asus Games !