GeForce GTX 275 shootout BFG | Inno3D | Palit | Sparkle
Posted by Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 04/16/2009 01:00 PM [ 0 comment(s) ]
BFG GeForce GTX 275 OC edition unboxing
Right then, here we have the card. The Geforce GTX 275 reference based products definitely look great. And though some AIBs are using, green, blue and even red PCBs, BFG does it 100% right. A nice black colored PCB. Make no mistake, this is a 100% reference based product. But sure, it is clocked slightly faster for you.
When we flip the card like a merry go round on the top side of the card we spot two SLI connectors. This means that the card is ready for a dirty threesome with 3-way SLI. All the way to your left you can see that you'll need to hook up two 6-pin power connectors leading from your power supply.
Last photo. Here we see the backside of the card ... yeah .. yeah .. ooh .. dark side. Pssshsh ghoooo psssshh ghooo <- imagine Darth Vader breathing there ;)
Lame puns aside, lovely card in all it's ways. The BFG GeForce GTX 275 will sell for 239~249 USD and comes with a life-time warranty while oozing and pussing game performance.
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