EVGA GeForce GTX 275 CO-OP PhysX Edition
Released February, 2010
The Pros:Will run all modern games at full settings without lag. Doesn't normally generate too much heat. Will run stable even if you overclock it.
The Cons:Large card needs a lot of space in the case. Need to check that you have available 8-pin and 6-pin power connectors. Fan starts to get a little noisy when you push the card hard.
The EVGA GeForce GTX 275 CO-OP PhysX Edition combines two separate processors into one card. There's an NVidia 275 processor for rendering, and a 250 for PhysX. This makes it a high-end choice for gamers who need to have lighting and physics calculated on the fly while displaying graphics at a high framerate.
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The processors run at 633MHz and 738Mhz, with 240 and 128 cores respectively. The 1280MB of DDR3 memory is split into two sections, one for each processor, with 127.0GB/s and 52.8GB/s of bandwidth. There are two DVI-I outputs. The card fits in a PCI-E slot, and is SLI capable. The maximum resolution supported is 2560x1600.
- 633MHz and 738MHz NVidia processors
- 240 and 128 processing cores
- 1280MB DDR3 memory in total with 127.0 and 52.8 GB/s bandwidth
- PCI-E 2.0
- 2 x DVI-I
- SLI capable
- 240Hz refresh rate
- 2560x1600 resolution
User Reviews (1)
will run all modern games at full settings without lag
doesn't normally generate too much heat
will run stable even if you overclock it
fully SLI capable to ensure it is future-proof
large card needs a lot of space in the case
need to check that you have available 8-pin and 6-pin power connectors
fan starts to get a little noisy when you push the card hard
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