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Written by David Ramsey - Edited by Olin Coles   
Monday, 08 February 2010
Table of Contents: Page Index
EVGA Geforce GTX275 CO-OP PhysX Edition
Features and Specifications
EVGA GTX275 CO-OP First Look
EVGA GTX275 CO-OP Detailed Features
Video Card Testing Methodology
Crysis Warhead Benchmark
Far Cry 2 Benchmark
Batman: Arkham Asylum Benchmark
Darkest of Days Benchmark
GTX275 PhysX Edition Temperatures
VGA Power Consumption
PhysX Edition Final Thoughts
EVGA GTX 275 CO-OP Conclusion

EVGA GTX 275 CO-OP Features

  • Digital Vibrance Control Technology
  • NVIDIA SLI Technology
  • Full Microsoft DirectX10 Shader Model 4.0 Support
  • True 128-bit floating point high dynamic range (HDR)
  • PCI Express 2.0/1.1 Support
  • 2nd Generation Unified Shader Support
  • NVIDIA CUDA Support
  • NVIDIA PhysX Ready
  • 2-Way SLI Support
  • 3-Way SLI Support
  • OpenGL 3.1 Support
  • Dedicated GTS250 for PhysX
  • NVIDIA PureVideo HD Technology

012-P3-1178-TR Specifications

CUDA Cores (250/275) 128 / 240
Graphics Clock (mHz) (250/275) 738 / 633
Processor Clock (mHz) (250/275) 1836 / 1404
Memory Clock (mHz) (250/275) 1100 / 1134
Memory Configuration (250/275) 384M / 896M GDDR3
Memory Interface Width (250/275) 256-bit / 448-bit
Memory Bandwidth (250/275) 52.8 / 127 GB/sec
Maximum Resolution (digital) (275 only) 2560x1600
Maximum Resolution (VGA) (275 only) 2048x1536
Display Connectors (275 only) 2 x DVI
Support multiple monitors (275 only) Yes
Maximum GPU temperature (250/275) 105° C / 105° C
Maximum power draw (250/275) 150 / 219 watts
Minimum system power requirement 680 watts

It's important to note the separate specifications for each processor on the card. The GPUs and their memory are completely independent of each other.



# HActeXEmre Cetin 2010-02-26 08:48
Thanks for the follow-up review site I would really super Turkey
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# chalupaeater4000Joe 2010-04-06 04:29
I'm sure that in the future ATI will eventually have cuda and physx and still outperform Nvidia with cheaper prices. So I would'nt waste my money on a Nvidia card right now, especially when their prices are much higher. Nvidia is behind and the only thing they have is its cuda and physix.
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