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EVGA GeFroce GTX 285 FTW launched

Posted on Wednesday, January 28 2009 @ 21:35:42 CET by


EVGA unveiled a FTW edition of its GeForce GTX 285 graphics card. This model has a 720MHz GPU, 1620MHz shaders and 1GB GDDR3 clocked at 2772MHz.

The GTX 285 FTW is priced at $449.99, compared to $384.99 for the GTX 285 which has a 648MHz GPU, 1476MHz shaders and 2484MHz memory.
VGA Corporation, the leading-edge 3D processor graphics cards and motherboard manufacturer, announces the fastest single GPU graphics card on the market today, the EVGA GeForce GTX 285 FTW. The powerful 3D processor features the NVIDIA GeForce 285 GPU and 1GB of the fastest 0.8ns DDR 3 memory. Running at an impressive 720MHz core clock, 2,772MHz memory clock and 1620MHz shader clock, the EVGA GeForce GTX 285 FTW outperforms all other competitive products in all the three clock setting resulting in impressive performance advantages. The EVGA GeForce GTX 285 FTW will be immediately available in e-tail and retail at a recommended end user price of $449.99.

"We are excited that our engineering team succeeded in tweaking the GTX 285 beyond competitor's abilities," said Wolfram Tismer, Managing Director of EVGA in Europe. "EVGA always strives to give significant performance advantages to our enthusiast end user community."

"I am very proud, that my R&D team developed all the efforts to succeed in pushing the core clock significantly beyond 700 MHz," commented Ken Huang, EVGA's Vice President of R&D for 3D processor graphics cards. "EVGA will always develop something special, to give our user community more powerful options."



 



 

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