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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295 to go single-PCB next month

Posted on Tuesday, April 14 2009 @ 14:44:16 CEST by


FUD Zilla writes they've received confirmation from their sources that NVIDIA will introduce a single-PCB version of the GeForce GTX 295 graphics card in May. This new part will be cheaper to manufacture, but other than that it appears there won't be any changes to the specifications.
The clocks will be the same, the price will be the same, and we still don’t know if the new card manages to have better TDP then previous version. Some partners might overclock it but this is something that can always be expected.

Such a card, with a single PCB, is naturally cheaper for Nvidia to produce as the single PCB and single side cooler are cheaper to produce, which will eventually help Nvidia make more money on it.




 



 

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