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Windows 7: EVGA GTX 260 ‘Core 216’ 55nm

27 Dec 2008   #1

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EVGA GTX 260 ‘Core 216’ 55nm



Experience Visual Perfection, Now More Efficiently.

EVGA is proud to announce that the popular GTX 260 "Core 216" is now available with a 55nm GPU. The EVGA GTX 260 ‘Core 216’ 55nm combines high performance and power efficiency, delivering you the perfect solution for any performance or gaming enthusiast. Also, with PhysX™ and CUDA™ support, you are properly equipped for the future of the visual PC. Witness next generation visual computing today!

http://www.evga.com/articles/00454/

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28 Dec 2008   #2

 

Yeah, saw that today when I was visiting the site to make some comments and revisit the OC thread.

I have my system OC'd back to the 3.375 GHz I have in my signature, and all seems well, but it won't hold up to Prim95 x64 stress testing...

Anyhoo, I just missed my step up period, so I'll be sticking with my 260s at 192 with 65nm architecture....
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28 Dec 2008   #3

Vista X32. Windows 7 32bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Mr GRiM View Post


Experience Visual Perfection, Now More Efficiently.

EVGA is proud to announce that the popular GTX 260 "Core 216" is now available with a 55nm GPU. The EVGA GTX 260 ‘Core 216’ 55nm combines high performance and power efficiency, delivering you the perfect solution for any performance or gaming enthusiast. Also, with PhysX™ and CUDA™ support, you are properly equipped for the future of the visual PC. Witness next generation visual computing today!

EVGA | EVGA GTX 260 Core 216
Now that's cool Mr Grim

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28 Dec 2008   #4

SEVEN x64
 
 

i must admit, its one sexy card.....

but it uses more power & gets hotter than its 65mn counterpart....+ it still currently costs slightly more..


check out my thread on x64 about it......



SK
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28 Dec 2008   #5

Windows 7 Ultimate X64
 
 

I HAD an EVGA 260 GTX, but upgraded to BFG 280 GTX(and yes, it's was pricey) damn, but this card is sexy, and I'm sure it will perform good.
Good work.
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30 Dec 2008   #6

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by skunksmash View Post
i must admit, its one sexy card.....

but it uses more power & gets hotter than its 65mn counterpart....+ it still currently costs slightly more..


check out my thread on x64 about it......



SK
Thanks for the heads up - I'll check it out tomorrow at work or maybe tomorrow night. I would have thought the opposite, but one question - are you comparing 65nm 216 core to 55nm 216 core at the same clocks?

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by grimreaper View Post
I HAD an EVGA 260 GTX, but upgraded to BFG 280 GTX(and yes, it's was pricey) damn, but this card is sexy, and I'm sure it will perform good.
Good work.
I wanted a pair of 280s - that will be in hte future, for me.

BTW, luv yer sig.
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03 Jan 2009   #7

Windows 7 Ultimate X64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by johngalt View Post



I wanted a pair of 280s - that will be in hte future, for me.

BTW, luv yer sig.
Thank you johngalt, I wanted to do something different, working on updating even better sig using my Adobe software when I have time.
As for the 280's I would love to run tri SLi, but $$ is a lil low(er) lol
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03 Jan 2009   #8

Vista X32. Windows 7 32bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by grimreaper View Post
thank you johngalt, i wanted to do something different, working on updating even better sig using my adobe software when i have time.
As for the 280's i would love to run tri sli, but $$ is a lil low(er) lol
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