GeForce GTX 275 review | test
Posted by Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 04/01/2009 01:00 PM [ 0 comment(s) ]
|Product:||GeForce GTX 275|
|Street price:||239 EUR|
Chances are pretty good that you have just read our ATI Radeon HD 4890 1024MB review, as well... ATI has something new to offer for you guys in a 270 USD price level segment. Obviously, as expected, NVIDIA was awaiting that release and on the very same day decided to launch a new product onto the market as well. The product is the one you guys obviously heard about for a while now, the GeForce GTX 275.
Positioned slightly cheaper compared to the new ATI product, NVIDIA launches the GeForce GTX 275 as a reaction to show and flex their rendering muscle. Now I know that some of you guys might think otherwise, but trust me when I say, this is a really interesting move from NVIDIA as there is a trick or two going on this new GeForce GTX 275.
First of all it's using the very same 55nm GPU as the GeForce GTX 285, with the full 240 Shader processors. With that in mind try to imagine the GeForce GTX 285 with the memory configuration of a GeForce GTX 260, 896 MB 448-bit... and there you have your GTX 275.
Now here's the really interesting thing. The GTX 275 cards are clocked fairly high on the core and shader domains (compared to the GTX 260), making this product very fast. In fact it will even come close to the GTX 285, yet at a significantly lower price, that price being 249 USD or 239 EUR.
So all in all this is definitely stuff interesting enough to check out we say! This article will go over the reference model GeForce GTX 275, armed with 896MB of memory. We'll take it head to head against ATI's latest offering, the Radeon HD 4890, and will see what the GTX 275 brings to the table in terms of value for that hard earned commodity of ours, money.
Have a peek at the actual product below, and then we'll dive into an overview, specifications and well... all other tests. Grab some coffee, you are in for a ride because as always, you are on Guru3D.com... and we'll fill 'er up with information, yes... that brain of yours. Next page please.
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