BFG GeForce GTX 295

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This graphics card is based on dual 55nm G200b GPUs and includes 1792MB GDDR3 memory on 448-bit memory interface, and 216 1242 MHz unified stream shader processors. Supports 2560 x 1600 pixels max display resolution. In total the card features 576/1998 MHz core/memory clock speeds, and dual integrated display controllers. Comes with HDMI and dual DVI connectors. DirectX 10 API and pixel shader 4.0 technology support. TRI-SLI/HDCP capable. 2 6-pin PCI-E power connectors required.

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BFG GeForce GTX 295 Reviews Rating: 93 out of 100 based on 2 ratings.

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Neoseeker  --- Jan 08 '09
Accelenation  --- Mar 25 '09
Bjorn3D 9.5/10 Jan 21 '09
Guru3D  --- Jan 08 '09
HardwareLogic 90/100 Feb 11 '09
PC Perspective  --- Jan 08 '09
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Bjorn3D on Jan 21 '09

"The BFG GTX-295 and the GTX-295 series, in general, are the best single card GPU's we've seen to date. The BFG GTX-295 seems to have a slight advantage over the Asus GTX-295. Both the GTX-295's..."

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Guru3D on Jan 08 '09

"Initially when I heard about the GTX 295 I had a little doubt. I'm not a big fan of dual-GPU solutions. You can get confronted with driver issues or games that are unsupported when they are new...."

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HardwareLogic on Feb 11 '09

"Gamers looking for a GTX 285 have a lot of choices to wade through, and it doesn't get any more expensive than BFG's OCX model. It also doesn't get any faster. No matter how you slice it, BFG's..."

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Neoseeker on Jan 08 '09

"The GTX 295 is the quintessential dual-GPU monster card: it puts out big numbers, but comes with a steep price tag (roughly $500 USD), and has the usual, almost unavoidable flaw that dual-GPU..."

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PC Perspective on Jan 08 '09

"The top-performing single graphics cards from both NVIDIA and AMD are now priced at near the same level($499 for NVIDIA's GTX 295 and $449 for AMD's HD 4870 X2); that is well below the $649 prices..."

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