PC World: NVidia GTX 295 Review

PC World writes, "This pricey new reference board for graphics cards delivers on speed as promised, but also stumbles in a couple of games due to early driver issues.

PC graphics hardware manufacturers nVidia and ATI have been locked in a graphics card cold war for ages.

The latest salvo gets delivered in the form of a 480-core, 1.79-teraflop bombshell: the nVidia GTX 295 graphics platform. For this platform, nVidia has released its reference board, upon which graphics card manufacturers will design new cards; it is basically two GTX 290 boards sandwiched together, but it has the potential to provide a ludicrous degree of power, especially if you span two of these cards together into SLI mode."

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