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EVGA GeForce GTX 275 Co-op has GTS 250 for PhysX

Posted on Saturday, October 31 2009 @ 17:11:42 CET by

EVGA celebrates Halloween with the launch of the unique GeForce GTX 275 Co-op PhysX graphics card. This model features a GTX 295 design but has two different GPUs. The GeForce GTX 275 is used for graphics processing, while a dedicated GeForce GTS 250 is used for PhysX processing.

This Co-op PhysX graphics card was designed by EVGA engineers, it features a GeForce GTX 275 clocked at 633MHz and a GeForce GTS 250 chip clocked at 738MHz. The card has a total of 1280MB of GDDR3 memory, clocked at 2268MHz and 2200MHz, respectively. The card is available for pre-order on EVGA's website for $349.99.
The EVGA GTX 275 GPU with CUDA technology delivers astonishing gaming performance with dazzling gaming effects along with incredible GPU computing performance for everything from video transcoding to video and photo editing. Pair that with the raw PhysX power of the GTS 250 PPU and you have a card ready to take on any of the latest games with full power!

NVIDIA PhysX technology adds an element of realism never before seen in gaming. With an EVGA GPU and PPU in your PC, experience dynamic PhysX effects like blazing explosions, reactive debris, realistic water, and lifelike characters. This card gives you the ability to run SLI + PhysX, or 3-way SLI + PhysX on any motherboard that supports it!



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