Monday, May 18th 2009

EVGA GeForce GTX 285 2 GB FTW Edition Video Card Launched

EVGA today launches the latest "tuning kit" for GeForce GTX 285. EVGA GeForce GTX 285 2 GB FTW Edition (part number 02G-P3-1187-AR) is based on the NVIDIA's reference design, from the outside nothing has changed except for the cool front sticker. The same stock dual-cooler is used, but the card's BIOS has been modified to deliver 702 MHz (648 MHz stock) GPU, 1584 MHz (1476 MHz), and 2484 MHz memory clock speeds. The card has 240 Processing Cores, 512-bit memory interface, two 6-pin PCI-E external power connectors, two DVI outputs and support for NVIDIA 3-way SLI technology. The EVGA GeForce GTX 285 2 GB FTW is now listed with a MSRP of $439.99 USD, it should be available very soon.

Source: EVGA
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6 Comments on EVGA GeForce GTX 285 2 GB FTW Edition Video Card Launched

#1
h3llb3nd4
2GB is not enough!!
4GB is!!
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#2
BazookaJoe
We need VRAM slots on cards - then we can just buy our own ram and Stack our cards to like 12GB - then Get a corsair active cooler kit for the vram...

And blue LED's and cathodes...

Plus "Spinners" on the ram fans.....
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#5
Easy Rhino
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by: BazookaJoe
We need VRAM slots on cards - then we can just buy our own ram and Stack our cards to like 12GB - then Get a corsair active cooler kit for the vram...

And blue LED's and cathodes...

Plus "Spinners" on the ram fans.....
:laugh: you may be on to something :laugh:
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#6
El_Mayo
by: BazookaJoe
We need VRAM slots on cards - then we can just buy our own ram and Stack our cards to like 12GB - then Get a corsair active cooler kit for the vram...

And blue LED's and cathodes...

Plus "Spinners" on the ram fans.....
that's actually not a bad idea
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