Evga brings its GeForce GTX 260 fabricated at 55nm with 216 processing cores in Super-SuperClocked edition to the table. SSC model is 896-P3-1258-AR. A die shrink means lower power usage, less heat and better overclocking capability. It has looks and perform quite better than a 65nm GTX260 at stocked speed and on par with a stocked speed GTX 280 and it’s better overclocked than the XFX Black Edition.
GPU Clock speeds are 675MHz , memory at 896MB with a bus-width of 448-bit GDDR3 1.0ns, Memory Clocks are 2304MHz (effective) and Shader at 1458 MHz. This card has the potential to increase these clocks even further.
129.02 GB/s Memory Bandwidth and supports PCI-E 2.0 16x and comes with NVIDIA® CUDA™ and PhysX™ technology support. The only con of this card would be this card doesn’t comes with back plate on it.
Power Requirements for this card are a minimum of a 500-Watts power supply with a +12 Volt rail rated at 36-Amps.
Package contents are HDTV Cable (Type 3), 6-pin PCI-E Power Adapter (4 to 6 Pin) (2), DVI to VGA Adapters (2), Installation Guide, Drivers CD, Sticker.
So, if all this information interests you then go ahead and buy it now.