Monday, February 9, 2009

GeForce GTX 260 in original "gold" Gainward version

Official website Gainward published a review regarding their new modified video card built on 55-nm technology, chip called G200-103-B2 with 216 streaming processors. The modified video card is nVidia GeForce GTX 260. As you have noticed more and more companies are applying their modifications to the new chips enhancing video card's performance to the max.

Gainward GTX 260 896 MB TV Dual DVI Golden Sample uses a non-traditional red color, equipped with original dual-layer cooler and two fans and happens to be overclocked by the manufacturer functioning on 625/2200 MHz (core/memory). The built-in accelerator works under PCI Express 2.0 x16 and uses GDDR3 memory with 896 MB capacity with 448-bit interface. Line transfer of 111,89 GB/s. The modified piece supports DirectX 10.0 Shader Model 4.0, nVidia PhysX Technology, nVidia PureVideo HD Technology, nVidia CUDA Technology and nVidia SLI Technology. Also, the card is equipped with two DVI ports and one HDTV-output on the back panel.

Information regarding the cost and start of mass-production is still unavailable.

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