Just when we thought that ATI was regaining their lost pride, Nvidia hits back with the release of the GTX 275. With the launch of the new card, Nvidia finally decides to move up the ladder in the mid-range segment by opting for a smaller manufacturing process. This not only decreases the power consumption of the GPU but also generates less heat. So does the GTX 275 have what it takes to go up against ATI’s HD 4890?
One of the main advantages that Nvidia has, right from the 8-series cards upwards, is the implementation of CUDA which is designed to offload intensive tasks from the CPU such as Video encoding, file compression and most important of all, the ability to handle physics in games.
Featuring a dual slot design the GTX 275 from Zotac sports the same reference design. Powering up the card are two 6-pin PCIe connectors that draws 180W of power when idle and touches 340W on load. The rear panel sports two DVI ports along with an S-video port.
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