Nvidia's GeForce GTX 275 Listed, Dated, Removed

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Roffey123

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If they're going head to head you can bet your bottom dollar that the prices will be similar at first. Ofc, if one or the other underperforms that could be another story. We're all reasonably confident about the 4890, but the 275 remains somewhat of an enigma in that regard, it SHOULD come close to 280 performance, with the only difference between the two being a smaller memory interface (448 bit/896MB to the 280's 512 bit/1024MB) and higher clocks to compensate for it...

BUT - its far from certain. Here's hoping.
 

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*Wonders which card nVidia renamed this time...

Let's face it they've done a lot of renaming lately, however if it's actually a new card I hope it's competitive on both price and performance to ATis new card. After all a little competition rarely hurts the consumer :)
 

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[citation][nom]voodooaddict[/nom]I hope the GTX275 comes in under the $300 mark[/citation]
Agreed. I'm waiting on the upcoming battle in terms of price to see if I should pick up the GTX 260 Core 216 or get GTX 275 since I don't have the budget for a GTX 280 or 285.
 

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Originally we said that the price would be $249 in the US, and €249 in Europe, however if the Euros-to-USD conversion is correct (1.00 Euro = 1.31 U.S. Dollars), the North American version should cost $327 instead.[/quote

Is this your first experience with retail across countries Kevin? Not that I would be surprised.

Those of us in the states rarely get charged at the same price as those in Europe. Infact, most of the time we get a 1:1, USD:EURO price. $249 in the US, and €249 in Europe makes sense (based on previous pricing).
 

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Ya know, there has been tons of talk about nVidias GTX 200 line of cards, what with coming out with versions that are only a few performance digits away from its next/previous sibling card, but I only started hearing about talk of ATIs 4890 about 2 weeks ago. nVidia seems to be cranking out cards like crazy lately, but why does it seem like ATI is slowing down? I suppose I'm just anxious for a Radeon 5000 series to start kicking out.

Realistically, the GTX 275 could be just as expensive as the 4890, but odds are the 275 will be more and not quite outperform the 4890. Lets just wait for the benchmarks to make the decision.
 

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[citation][nom]deepgray[/nom]Agreed. I'm waiting on the upcoming battle in terms of price to see if I should pick up the GTX 260 Core 216 or get GTX 275 since I don't have the budget for a GTX 280 or 285.[/citation]
Similar boat. I want to SLI for a new i7 Rig. Hoping the 275 comes down low enough that I can use them over the 55nm 260, I hate going with pipeline reduced cards. Esp since I'd like to try some CUDA offload programing.
 

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The GTX 275 is simply HALF of a GTX 295, and what a shock, it will almost definately cost HALF of a GTX 295. Kind of like when the 4870x2 came out, it cost twice a 4870 1GB. So that is what you can expect, that aside, looks like a nice card, I have been eye balling GTX 260 Core 216's, but this looks all the better if the prices can stay below $250 a card. ALTHOUGH, with 4870x2 prices seeming to be on the constant decline (now around 400 even) - -how could I ignore that when my tax return comes in?
 

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[citation][nom]justjc[/nom]*Wonders which card nVidia renamed this time...Let's face it they've done a lot of renaming lately, however if it's actually a new card I hope it's competitive on both price and performance to ATis new card. After all a little competition rarely hurts the consumer[/citation]
It wouldn't be a renamed card. They already renamed the highest end card from the last generation, the 9800 GTX+ as the GTS 250
 
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