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In a response to ATI’s price cut for their Radeon HD 4870 card, which is a close competitor of GeForce GTX 260, Nvidia has reduced the prices of their GeForce GTX 260, this is the price cut for their 216-Core 55nm-based GTX 260 video cards. Highly overclocked versions of GTX 260 are selling at $200+, mostly stock clocked versions and some moderately overclocked versions are available at under $200.

BFG Technologies NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260 OC MAXCORE 55nm
Model Number: BFGEGTX260MC896OCBE
Rebate: $20.00
Price After Rebate: $181.58
Core Clock 590MHz (vs. 576MHz standard)
Shader Clock 1296MHz (vs. 1242MHz standard)
Processor Cores 216
Memory Data Rate 1998MHz
Memory Interface 448-bit
Memory Bandwidth 111.9GB/sec
Video Memory 896MB
Memory Type GDDR3

BFG GeForce GTX 260 OC MAXCORE 55

BFG GeForce GTX 260 OC MAXCORE 55

EVGA GeForce GTX260 Core-216 55nm
Model Number: 896-P3-1255-AR
Priced at: $223.45+FREE Shipping
Rebate: $20.00
Price After Rebate: $203.45
Core clock 576MHz
Shader Clock 1242MHz
Memory Data Rate 1998MHz
Stream Processors 216 processing cores
Memory Size 896MB
Memory Interface 448-bit
Memory Type GDDR3

EVGA GeForce GTX260 Core 216 55nm

EVGA GeForce GTX260 Core 216 55nm

These are just the examples of what is available at the moment, you go checkout yourself all the offerings available for GeForce GTX 260.
Lets hope that Nvidia’s GeForce GTS 250 get a reduction in price and start selling at around $100, currently it sells at price of $150.
GeForce GTX 260 216 Core is one of the best video card to be honest, actually it’s a beast, you run any game with this card and it will run them smoothly without any lagging, it’s performance will leave you with amazement, I highly recommend you get one if you don’t have one already, I think at this price point you can’t ask for more though you can greed for more price reduction but this is the best you can get at the moment, so, don’t wait, BUY one! this is the time!

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Nvidia GeForce GTS 250

Nvidia GeForce GTS 250

Some Nvidia partners are reporting increased sales in last month than year 2008’s last quarter. This impressive change was the result of Nvidia’s dual gpu card GTX 295 and single gpu card GTX 285 release. Also Nvidia’s GTX 260 55nm card, 9600GT and 9500GT cards are selling well too, specially 9600GT and 9500GT 1GB versions are selling like crazy. Buyers prefer video cards with 1GB of memory instead of 512MB even though there is no performance difference at all and even if there is any advantage it’s not much noticeable.
But Nvidia isn’t stopping here, they have more plans and one of them is to rename their G92 series, which will rumoured to come next month on CeBIT 2009 trade show in Germany. First card to get a new name will be GeForce 9800 GTX+, it will renamed to GeForce GTS 250 and second card will be GeForce 9800 GT to get name GeForce GTS 240, you have been hearing about these mid-range Nvidia cards to get renamed, now next month you will probably see them, if the rumours are true. Though these cards are getting new names specifications of these graphics cards are all identical except for a new VBIOS.
I don’t get it, why re-release a video card that is already in the market? who would buy it? let’s hope they come with some improvements over GeForce 9800 GT and GeForce 9800GTX+ edition.