Zotac GeForce GTX 275 Amp! Edition

Zotac GeForce GTX 275 Amp! Edition

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Introduction



Even though today was supposed to be AMD's day with the HD 4890 announcement, NVIDIA decided to crash their party. The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 275 was initially planned for April 9, but when the green camp realized they had a great card on their hands they changed the date to ensure editors had GTX 275 comparison numbers in their reviews.

The GeForce GTX 275 doesn't bring anything new to the table. It is basically half a GTX 295 running at 633 / 1134 / 1404 MHz (core/memory/shader). You can see it as a GeForce GTX 285 with a 448-bit memory interface, or you could see it as a GTX 260 with 240 shaders and higher clocks.

Zotac as one of NVIDIA's premier partners has built an Amp! Edition card that uses the reference design, but comes at higher clocks of 702 MHz core, 1260 MHz memory and 1512 MHz shader for a price increase of about $20.

GeForce
9800 GTX
GeForce GTS
250 1 GB
GeForce
GTX 260
Radeon
HD 4870
Radeon
HD 4890
GeForce
GTX 275
Zotac GTX
275 Amp!
GeForce
GTX 280
Radeon
HD 4870 X2
GeForce
GTX 285
Shader units 1281281928008002402402402x 800240
ROPs16162816163228322x 1632
GPUG92G92GT200RV770RV790GT200GT200GT2002x RV770GT200b
Transistors754M 754M 1400M 956M959M1400M 1400M 1400M 2x 956M1400M
Memory Size512 MB1024 MB896 MB512 MB 1024 MB 896 MB896 MB1024 MB2x 1024 MB 1024 MB
Memory Bus Width 256 bit 256 bit 448 bit 256 bit 256 bit 448 bit 448 bit 512 bit 2x 256 bit 512 bit
Core Clock675 MHz 738 MHz 576 MHz 750 MHz 850 MHz 633 MHz 702 MHz 602 MHz 750 MHz 648 MHz
Memory Clock1100 MHz 1100 MHz 999 MHz 900 MHz 975 MHz 1134 MHz 1260 MHz 1107 MHz 900 MHz 1242 MHz
Price$160$149$240$190$249$249$269$315$425$350
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