The GTX 275 continues to be an excellent performing card and the Inno3D version helps give us even more performance. While the company hasn't chosen to change the cooler of the card, there's really nothing wrong with the reference one and while it's a little louder than some of the aftermarket ones, it's more than reasonable for most users.
If the performance the card offers wasn't enough, though, Inno3D have done a great job with the package by including not only one full version game, but two. This combined with the overclock means we've really got a great purchase here for people who want more than just your standard clocked card which doesn't come with much of a bundle.
Inno3D have put a really good card together and the decision to go with the reference cooler keeps price down which is always nice for people who want the performance but don't want to pay the extra money of an aftermarket cooler.
If you want a GTX 275 that comes with a nice bundle while offering some good performance and don't mind the extra DBs that come out of the stock cooler, the Inno3D version of the card we have here is extremely impressive.