Tweakers took some photos of the MSI N260GTX Lightning at CeBIT 2009. This card has a whopping 1792MB of GDDR3 memory and has a dual-slot cooler with five heatpipes. One of the special features of the card is that its two fans can project text onto the fan blades, similar to the BlueOrb FX from ThermalTake that I reviewed two years ago. The fans can display text, the clockspeed, fan RPM and various other things, but if you have a normal computer case this feature is pretty pointless because you won't be able to see the light show. The card also features the new AirForce overclocking panel, which enables users to overclock the card and change the LED messages.