Single PCB Geforce GTX 295 from Galaxy - Comparison with dual PCB version
Galaxy wants to introduce a Geforce GTX 295 with a single PCB layout at the Computex.
The Geforce GTX 295 with the single PCB design will have 55 nanometer GT200b chips, 896 MiByte GDDR3 VRAM linked via a 448 Bit memory interface, 240 Shader ALUs, 80 texture units and 28 ROPs - and all those components are available twice of course. The card will be sold with the default frequencies of 576 MHz (GPU), 1,242 MHz (Shader) and 1,008 MHz (VRAM), says expreview.com, although it has been overclocked to 675/1,455/1,100 MHz already.
Benchmark comparisons between a dual PCB GTX 295 and the single PCB GTX 295 have been posted at zol.com. We also put the results into our gallery below.
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