Gigabyte GeForce GTX 285 surfaces in stores
In Hong Kong the first GeForce GTX 285 already is selling in the stores. GeForce GTX 285 will be a respin product based on the GeForce GTX 280. The new GPU however is based on a 55nm production node and apparently should be roughly 10% faster. This product will be announced on January the 8th 2009.
When we look at prices we see something interesting though, two HK stores sell them at 3399 and 3200 Hong Kong dollars respectively. This is roughly 299 EUR. Perhaps we'll see a price fall as well (though that is speculation).
According to the specs the GTX285 will have a nice 183W TDP (maximum watt peak) where the GTX280 was at 236W. The reference clock was 600MHz and now is 648MHz, the shader domain was 1300MHz and now is 1476MHz, and memory remains at 1100MHz (x2).
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