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Mushkin Adds UltimateFX GeForce GTX 295 to its Portfolio

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  1. btarunr

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    Having recently announced a comeback into the consumer graphics card market, Mushkin added a new accelerator to its lineup. The UltimateFX GTX 295 is a reference-design single PCB accelerator, which comes with all the Mushkin paraphernalia such as the WoodBox packing. Mushkin stuck to the reference clock speed profile for this card 576/1008/1242 MHz (core/memory/shader). It packs a total of 1792 MB GDDR3 memory across two 448-bit interfaces. The two GPUs pack 240 shader processors each. Mushkin indicated that it will release more variants in this series based on factory-overclocked settings.

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    Now the waiting game starts for the ability to have one in a consumer hand.
     
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    speaking from an OCers standpoint...

    the new 295s are not ideal.

    YES they can be hard volt modded but its much easier and more appealing to be able to have software voltage control.... something the single pcb 295s lack thus limiting the OCability of the card.

    i was all for getting the single pcb design cards until i found out they would not OC as far as the dual pcb brother. i think i'll be sticking with my dualies until gt3XX dual gpu cards become a reality.
     
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    So True, same thoughts exactly... :rockout:
     
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    I am yet to see mushkin cards in sa...
     
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    back into the market? wtf? i dont ever rmember mushkin selling cards were have i been the last 7 years?
     
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    Hey, I could only afford a new cooler this month, but I do enjoy checking the sites to see what's new and what's happening on the price front. Give me a shout if you want some other good e-tailers.
     
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