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EVGA intros three GeForce GTX 260 Core 216 cards

Posted on Tuesday, September 16 2008 @ 19:32:33 CEST by

Video card maker EVGA introduced three graphics cards based on the new GeForce GTX 260 with 216 cores. There's the $299.99 version with 575MHz GPU, 1242MHz shaders and 2000MHz memory, a Superclocked version for $319.99 with 626MHz GPU, 1350MHz shaders and 2106MHz memory and also a watercooled version for $489.99 with 648MHz GPU, 1404MHz shaders and 2106MHz memory.
EVGA is proud to introduce the EVGA GTX 260 "Core 216." This card takes the award winning, 896MB-loaded, EVGA GTX 260 and increases the total Processing Cores to an incredible 216, compared to 192. This bump in performance keeps the card running perfectly smooth even with the most stressful applications, and with PhysX and CUDA support, you are properly equipped for the future. Crank up the eye candy and witness next generation visual computing!



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