nVidia GTX 260 SLI Article

By on September 2, 2009
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“Last summer the nVidia GT200 core cards, the GTX 260 and GTX 280, were relatively new and expensive. Now, more than a year later, the GT200 core is still nVidia’s top-dog, but the cost of entry to this level of performance has dropped significantly. With the advent of newer, faster cards such as the GTX [...]

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“Last summer the nVidia GT200 core cards, the GTX 260 and GTX 280, were relatively new and expensive. Now, more than a year later, the GT200 core is still nVidia’s top-dog, but the cost of entry to this level of performance has dropped significantly. With the advent of newer, faster cards such as the GTX 275 and 285, the now lowly but revamped, die-shrunk 260 can be had for well under the $200 mark, or even less for the original 65nm, 192sp core cards. It’s one of these cards, basically identical to our original EVGA GTX 260 from last year, that we’ve got from our friends over at Geeks.com for comparison today. Join me as I take a look at a modern SLI implementation and see if two cards really are better than one.”

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