GTX 295 is out, Nvidia’s third dual GPU card, following the GeForce 7950 GX2 and 9800 GX2 and ready to rumble with ATI’s champion HD 4870 X2, both are dual chip based cards. ATI/AMD choose the design of dual chips named R700 placed on a single printed circuit board (PCB). On the other hand Nvidia placed each chip named GT200 on it’s own pcb with a large heatsink and fan placed right in the middle of both pcb’s. So, GTX295 has launched and all the manufacturers have released GTX 295 cards, almost all of them have reference design except EVGA.
Where all the GPU manufacturers launched reference design GTX295, EVGA is the proudly one to bring an overclocked GTX295 to the market and this is the first overclocked GTX 295 GPU to hit the market. They named it EVGA GeForce GTX 295 Plus and it’s model number is 017-P3-1292-AR.
Product Name: EVGA GeForce GTX 295+
480 Stream Processors
1792MB Of 1ns High-Speed GDDR3 Memory
896-bit Memory Interface
Dual dual-link DVI, HDMI Outputs
PCI Express 2.0 Interface (Compatible with 1.1)
DirectX 10 With Shader Model 4.0 Compatible
EVGA Precision Overclocking Utility
90-Days Set-Up Program and Lifetime Limited Warranty
GPU: GeForce GTX 200
Core Clock Speed: 594Mhz (576MHz Stock)
Shader clock: 1296Mhz (1242MHz Stock)
Memory Clock speed: 2052Mhz (1998MHz Stock)
Memory Bandwidth: 229,8GB/s (223.8GB/s Stock)
Cooling: Active (with fan)
Even though it’s an overclocked card you can push it even further. To put it simply EVGA’s GeForce GTX 295+ 017-P3-1292-AR is the fastest card to this point.
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