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.

Evga 896-P3-1258-AR

Evga 896-P3-1258-AR

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.

GTX260 55nm SSC

GTX260 55nm SSC

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.

Evga GTX260 55nm SSC

Evga GTX260 55nm SSC

Power Requirements for this card are a minimum of a 500-Watts power supply with a +12 Volt rail rated at 36-Amps.

GTX 260 55nm Super-Superclocked

GTX 260 55nm Super-Superclocked

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.

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