Nvidia Geforce GTX 285 said to run at 648/1476/1242 MHz
Geforce GTX 285 is supposed to be the name of Nvidia's fastest single GPU graphics card that is expected around January 2009.
Contrary to the GTX 280 the GTX 285 has a 55 nanometer chip that is said to deliver higher frequencies at lower power consumption. Now clock speeds, which the new chip is said to leave the factory with, have been published. Accordingly the GTX 285 is running with 648/1476/1242 MHz (GPU/Shader ALUs/VRAM) - the GTX 280 runs at 602/1296/1107 MHz. Quite interesting thereby is that the Shader clock speed was increased at a higher ratio than the GPU clock speed. If both frequencies are increased without being unlinked, a GTX 280 can only offer 648/1395 MHz in theory.
Expressed in percent the following results are received:
• GPU: +7.6 percent
• Shader ALUs: +13.9 percent
• VRAM: +12.2 percent
Expreview our source for this piece of information said to have received the clock speeds from reliable sources.
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