EVGA GTX 295 HydroCopper blows the competition away

Review: Speed just got a new name

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Today, our lab plays host to what will soon reveal to be the fastest graphics card around. It's made by EVGA, a company well famous for overclocked models of Nvidia Geforce card and quite respected for its contributions to the OC business. The card is named Geforce GTX 295 HydroCopper, and uses water cooling. Clocks are nothing short of impressive - 720MHz GPU, 1548MHz shaders and 1080MHz (2160MHz effectively) memory. If you compare this to reference clocks you'll realize this kind of overclock is something only EVGA will dare to do, as reference clocks are 576MHz GPU, 1240MHz shader and 999MHz (1998MHz effectively) memory. This means that the core has been overclocked by as much as 25% or 144MHz.


The results we've seen today were almost unimaginable a few months ago, but EVGA made this a reality with its GTX 295 HydroCopper graphics card. Unlike the reference card with its 576MHz core, EVGA's GTX 295 HydroCopper runs at 720MHz core, 1548MHz shader and 1080MHz (2160MHz effectively) memory clocks.

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