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Galaxy GeForce GTX 275 Overclocked Tri-Fan Graphics Card (Page 1)

Galaxy ramp up the clocks on the GTX 275 while at the same time updating the cooler. Let's see what this does for performance.
Shawn Baker | Apr 14, 2009 at 08:23 am CDT - 0 mins, 52 secs reading time for this page
Rating: 94%Manufacturer: Galaxy

Galaxy GTX 275 Overclocked Graphics Card

Introduction

It hasn't taken long for NVIDIA partners to start spicing up the GTX 275. Come launch day we already saw that Gainward had opted for aftermarket cooling. Galaxy has kicked up a notch, though; this not only by including a pretty mean cooling setup on the card, but also taking the time to increase the core and memory clock.

While the card was designed to compete directly against the HD 4890, what we're seeing is that in the retail channel the GTX 275 is slightly more expensive. While this might be a bad thing considering the fact that the GTX 275 is designed to compete head to head with the HD 4890, it isn't really, as that little bit of extra cost carries with it that little bit of extra performance.

Today we'll see if Galaxy can make the gap between the HD 4890 and GTX 275 even larger with the help of an increase in clock speeds. So, let's have a quick look at the package before we take a closer look at the card along with its cooler and clock speeds.

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