Thursday, April 23rd 2009

Inno3D GeForce GTX 275 Now Crafted with 1792 MB

Inno3D is excited to announce the Inno3D GeForce GTX 275 now built with double the memory of 1792 MB gaming performance.

With full GPU-acceleration for NVIDIA PhysX technology, Inno3D GeForce GTX 275 with 1792 MB offers an extreme HD gaming experience by bringing dynamic forces of nature and massively destructible environments to all the latest games.

The future PC games and everyday PC applications requires more memory to run smoothly and efficiently. Inno3D GeForce GTX 275 with 1792MB provides double the memory to offer double the performance levels.

Source: Inno3D
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19 Comments on Inno3D GeForce GTX 275 Now Crafted with 1792 MB

#1
InnocentCriminal
Resident Grammar Amender
Looking forward to reviews on this.
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#2
Studabaker
Nice, that makes this little 'budget' card even more amazing. I wonder why nVidia does this, the GTX 280 has slightly more impressive specs but the 275 actually beats it in benchmarks and costs nearly $100 less. WTG nVidia.
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#3
FilipM
Cos the GTX 280 is already phased out, the cards you see selling now are leftovers
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#4
ZoneDymo
What is the big deal, EVGA is already selling 1792mb GTX275's.

Anyway, must be great for GTA4.
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#5
BumbleBee
no way engines use up 2gb of video memory, more like 1gb at high res if that at all. and by the time engines do use up 2gb this card will be a voodoo 2. last year we were content with 512mb and now suddenly 2gb comes out and we are playing the same engines.
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#6
InnocentCriminal
Resident Grammar Amender
Games such as GTA4 and Fallout 3 will be happier with more VRAM tbf. Still, I do see your point.
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#7
BumbleBee
it's e-peen, overkill. GTA is poorly optimized engine.
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#9
Studabaker
Yes, it does matter for games with massive textures if you want to bump up the settings and resolution, then 1+GB RAM is WAY better than 512 or 768MB.
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#10
BumbleBee
I know but. 256 is good for 1280x, 512 is good for 1680x, 768 is good for 1920x. now it's 2GB..
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#11
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
by: BumbleBee
it's e-peen, overkill. GTA is poorly optimized engine.
The engine has little to do. GTA4 has several large textures that when uncompressed at the higher resolutions/settings, may need >1 GB of video memory.
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#12
Selene
by: ZoneDymo
What is the big deal, EVGA is already selling 1792mb GTX275's.

Anyway, must be great for GTA4.
EVGA has this listed, but has yet to offer it for sale.
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#13
SeanG
by: ZoneDymo
What is the big deal, EVGA is already selling 1792mb GTX275's.

Anyway, must be great for GTA4.
They are?Tell me where you can get one.There hasnt been one available anywhere since they posted that over 3 weeks ago.:wtf:
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#14
buggalugs
"double the memory for double the performance"??

Thats a big claim....and a bullshit one.
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#15
mlee49
by: buggalugs
"double the memory for double the performance"??

Thats bullshit
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Seriously people the larger the memory does not always mean you'll get better performance. Your most limited by the bandwidth and the gpu not the amount of memory.
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#16
TheMailMan78
Big Member
by: mlee49
*Edited

Seriously people the larger the memory does not always mean you'll get better performance. Your most limited by the bandwidth and the gpu not the amount of memory.
You mean when it comes to memory its not the length but the girth?
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#17
Weer
Now all we need is a GTX 295 with 3584MB of vRAM.

But we all know that will never happen..
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#18
twicksisted
by: TheMailMan78
You mean when it comes to memory its not the length but the girth?
not atall... its about the motion aswell :D
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#19
u2konline
Nice looking card and box art :)
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