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Galaxy GeForce GTX 295 Single PCB Overclocked Graphics Card

Galaxy is the first company we've seen move to the single PCB GTX 295 design - but what else have they done, though?

By: Shawn Baker | NVIDIA GeForce GPU in Video Cards | Posted: Sep 10, 2009 3:19 am
TweakTown Rating: 89%Manufacturer: Galaxy





What's not to love about the GeForce GTX 295?


We understand that you don't have to like the price, but you have to love the power that the NVIDIA GPU offers. What tends to happen though with these high-end video card models from NVIDIA is that very few companies mix it up. Even though the video card has clearly been around the block a few times, it continues to be the fastest video card on the market and Galaxy decided to mix it up even more to get our, err...performance buds tingling even more.


We saw the press release about the GTX 295 OC model from Galaxy a while ago and for a long time we didn't hear heaps from Galaxy, then all of a sudden, we find the company pushing out some seriously high quality products that pack a big punch.


When we discovered that the GTX 295 was going to get the Galaxy treatment, it was hard to not get excited. Considering the tough economic times as well, we're finding that most companies are concentrating on mid-range models that offer better bang for buck.


Galaxy though today have chosen to throw the rule book out the window and give our favorite most powerful graphics card a bit of a makeover and even more power.


Let's have a look at the package before checking out the video card itself along with what clocks are on offer and see how this translates into real-world performance. Go!


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