Computex: Galaxy and Zotac display Geforce GTX 295 with single PCB layout
Zotac and Galaxy present their new Geforce GTX 295 graphics cards at the Computex. The new versions match Nvidia's default design in most parts.
Both, Zotac and Galaxy, introduced single PCB Geforce GTX 295 graphics cards at the Computex in Taipei. As it can be seen on the datasheet of the Zotac GTX 295, the GPU is clocked to 576 MHz while the VRAM is running at 1,008 MHz - the Shader frequency is not listed, but it is most likely to match the default value of 1,242 MHz.
The Galaxy GTX 295 is also supposed to match Nvidia's reference design for the single PCB GTX 295. Possibly graphics cards manufacturers will come up with custom cooling solutions soon, though up to now all the devices which have been pictured by Expreview at the computex are equipped with a stock cooler.
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