Nvidia Announces GeForce GTX 275 GPU

NVIDIA announced the GeForce GTX 275 GPU, the latest addition to NVIDIA's performance GPU lineup.

Based on the GT200 architecture, the GeForce GTX 275 GPU features 240 processor cores operating at 1404 MHz, 80 texture processing units, a 448-bit memory interface, and an 896 MB framebuffer. In price and performance, it sits between the GeForce GTX 260 and the GeForce GTX 285.

Product Highlights:
• Highest performing GPU in the $229-$249 price category
• Incorporates NVIDIA PhysX technology
• NVIDIA CUDA for accelerated desktop applications
• Supports NVIDIA 3D Vision
• Ready for Windows 7
• Launches with new GeForce Release 185 software drivers for optimal performance and features, including a new Ambient Occlusion setting

The GeForce GTX 275 is being announced alongside the availability of the new GeForce Power Pack #3, which includes a host of free, new PhysX and CUDA-enabled content for GeForce owners. The Power Pack #3 includes:
• Three new applications that take advantage of PhysX hardware acceleration, including a custom PhysX patch for Ascaron's Sacred 2: Fallen Angel; a never-before-seen demo and benchmark for Star Tales, a highly ambitious social networking game from the acclaimed Chinese developer QWD1; and the source code to the PhysX screensaver for community modding and distribution.
• Two new CUDA-accelerated applications, including MotionDSP vReveal and SETI@home.

The GeForce GTX 275 will be available globally on or before April 14, 2009. Some regions are available now; other regions are available for pre-order. Current availability varies by region.

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Nvidia Announces GeForce GTX 275 GPU

Id buy it if they could start making them a little smaller. These new cards are just too big from a practical build perspective. if you have wireless cards and a scsi controller and multiple hard drives, this is just retarded. Not everything can be a motherboard peripheral.

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