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Inno3D supes up the GTX 275 with 1792MB

helping with those higher resolutions

| Posted: Apr 24, 2009 7:19 am

Whilst we've already seen a good mixup of GTX 275 graphics cards get released since NVIDIA kicked it off recently in answer to ATI's HD 4890, few have the big bold attribute of Inno3D's new variant; that being double the memory at 1792MB. In fact, if I'm not mistaken the only other partner to have released a GTX 275 with 1792MB of memory is eVGA.

 

Inno3D GeForce GTX 275 Now Crafted with 1792 MB Memory

 

Everything else about the card is pretty standard with the clock speeds remaining at stock levels of 633MHz on the core and 2268MHz on the 1792MB of GDDR3 memory, cooled by the reference NVIDIA cooler.

 

While this might not play much of a role on smaller monitors with lower resolutions, if you don't want to fork out big dollars for a top-end card like a GTX 285 or 295 yet have a monitor capable of 1920+ resolution then the extra RAM on this card should make it a very capable model without breaking the bank.

 

Inno3D GeForce GTX 275 Now Crafted with 1792 MB Memory

 

You can find Inno3D's press release on its 1792MB GTX 275 graphics card here.

 


Hong Kong 23rd April, 2009 - Inno3D® are excited to announce the Inno3D® GeForce GTX 275 now built with double the memory of 1792MB gaming performance.

 

With full GPU-acceleration for NVIDIA PhysX™ technology, Inno3D® GeForce GTX 275 with 1792MB offers an extreme HD gaming experience by bringing dynamic forces of nature and massively destructible environments to all the latest games.

 

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