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Jester
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strudinox wrote:
Wow! I'm surprised that they kept the 295 name since that version of the 295 looks like two 285s slapped together instead of 2x 260s. Nice find! :good:

Thanks, I actually knew this was going to happen a long time ago. I read that NVIDIA had an agreement to keep the specs on the 295 as they are now, so sub brands can add onto the memory count and change around other things. Also the normal GTX 295 is two GTX 275s in one, but with GTX 260 clock speeds. This is dual 285s as you said. Here are the spec differences.

GTX 295 Dual PCB

  • Chipset: GT200 x2[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Transistor Count: 1.4 Billion x2[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Fabrication Process: 55nm x2[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Memory Type: 1792 MB (896 MB x2)[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Memory Interface: 896 bit (448 bit x2)[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Stream Processing Cores: 480 (240 x2)[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Texture Units: 160 (80 x2)[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Raster Operators: 56 (28 x2)[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Core Clock: 576 mhz[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Shader Clock: 1242 mhz[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Memory Clock: 999 mhz (1998 mhz effective data rate)[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Texture Fill Rate: 92.2 billion/sec[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Memory Bandwidth: 223.8 GB/s[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Supplementary Power Connectors: 6-pin x1, 8-pin x1[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Peak Power Draw: 289W (~24.08A)[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Power Supply Recommendation: 680W with 46A on the +12v rail(s) continuously[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Supported By EVGA Voltage Tuner? Yes[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Backplate? Yes (on certain EVGA models only)[/*:m:1s3qs9da]

GTX 295 Single PCB

  • Chipset: GT200 x2[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Transistor Count: 1.4 Billion x2[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Fabrication Process: 55nm x2[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Memory Type: 1792 MB (896 MB x2)[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Memory Interface: 896 bit (448 bit x2)[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Stream Processing Cores: 480 (240 x2)[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Texture Units: 160 (80 x2)[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Raster Operators: 56 (28 x2)[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Core Clock: 576 mhz[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Shader Clock: 1242 mhz[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Memory Clock: 1008 mhz (2016 mhz effective data rate)[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Texture Fill Rate: 92.2 billion/sec[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Memory Bandwidth: 223.8 GB/s[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Supplementary Power Connectors: 6-pin x1, 8-pin x1[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Peak Power Draw: 289W (~24.08A)[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Power Supply Recommendation: 680W with 46A on the +12v rail(s) continuously[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Supported By EVGA Voltage Tuner? No[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Backplate? Yes[/*:m:1s3qs9da]

ASUS GTX 295 Mars (it has dual PCB)

  • Chipset: GT200 x2[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Transistor Count: 1.4 Billion x2[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Fabrication Process: 55nm x2[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Memory Type: 4096 MB (2048 MB x2)[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Memory Interface: 1024 bit (512 bit x2)[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Stream Processing Cores: 480 (240 x2)[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Texture Units: 160 (80 x2)[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Raster Operators: 64 (32 x2)[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Core Clock: 648 mhz[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Shader Clock: 1476 mhz[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Memory Clock: 1242 mhz (2484 mhz effective data rate)[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Texture Fill Rate: 103.6 billion/sec[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Memory Bandwidth: 318.0 GB/s[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Supplementary Power Connectors: 6-pin x1, 8-pin x1[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Peak Power Draw: N/A[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Power Supply Recommendation: 680W with 46A on the +12v rail(s) continuously[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Supported By EVGA Voltage Tuner? No, but can be with certain third party program modifications[/*:m:1s3qs9da]
  • Backplate? Yes[/*:m:1s3qs9da]

So the EVGA version will be the same except 1 GB of VRAM per card, so 2 GB total. Also I'm not sure if it will have two PCBs or not. I'm guessing it does, seeing as how k|ngp|n got the card to 993/2102/1380 :drinks:

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Topic starter Posted : 27/06/2009 10:29 am
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