BFG introduces water cooled GTX 295 and heavily overclocked GTX 285
The graphics card manufacturer BFG has introduced two new products: The Geforce GTX 295 H2OC and the Geforce GTX 285 OCFU.
The Geforce GTX 285 OCFU 1 GiByte is based on Nvidia's G200b GPU and thus has 240 Stream Processors and 80 Texture Units. Furthermore the chip can access 1,024 MiByte GDDR3 VRAM - running at 1,332 MHz - via a 512 Bit interface. BFG also increases the core and shader frequency to 712 respectively 1,620 MHz - Nvidia's default values are 649 and 1,476 MHz.
The second graphics card introduced is the Geforce GTX 295 H2OC (B). Like on other occasions BFG cooperates with the specialists of Danger Den and equips the single PCB dual GPU graphics card with a water cooling block. The Danger Den DD-GTX295X2 has recently been introduced and is most interesting because of its slim design. All in all the GTX 295 H2OC has access to 1,792 MiByte GDDR3 VRAM that is running at 1,107 MHz. The frequencies of GPU and the Shaders have been set to 675 and 1,458 MHz (Nvidia default: 576/1,242 MHz).
BFG gives a warranty of five years including 24/7 support. By registering on the official website the warranty can be extended up to 10 years if you bought your product after February 20, 2008.
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