Evga introduces two new overclocked GTX 295 versions
Evga has introduced two new single PCB Geforce GTX 295 graphics cards with ex-factory increased clock speeds.
Evga sets the GPU frequency of the GTX 295 CO-OP Edition Superclocked to 602 MHz (576 MHz default), the Shaders are running at 1,296 MHz (1,246 MHz default) and the video memory is overclcoked from 1,008 MHz to 1,026 MHz.
The Evga GTX 295 CO-OP Edition FTW Edition comes with even higher frequencies. The GPU is running at 684 MHz (576 MHz default), the Shaders at 1,476 MHz (1,246 MHz default) and the video memory at 1,080 MHz (1,008 MHz default).
The two new cards are not available yet, says a report at TCMagazine, but are expected to hit the markets soon.
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