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About this product
- DescriptionThe EVGA GTX 295 CO-OP Edition combines two GPU's onto a single PCB (printable circuit board), a clear indication on why this card is called CO-OP! Want even more performance? Pair up two of these for QUAD SLI, or pair up with the standard GTX 295.
- Product LineEVGA
- ModelGeForce GTX 295 CO-OP Edition
- TypeGraphics adapter
- InterfacePCI Express x16
- Graphics ProcessorNVIDIA GeForce GTX 295
- Clock Speed576MHz
- RAMDAC Clock Speed400 MHz
- API SupportedDirectX 10,OpenGL 3.0
- Memory Size1.75GB
- Max Resolution DetailsDVI: 2560 x 1600 / VGA: 2048 x 1536
- Max Resolution2560 x 1600
- Graphics Processor ManufacturerNVIDIA
- Memory TechnologyDDR3 SDRAM
Expansion / Connectivity
- Compatible SlotsPCI Express 2.0 x16
- Digital Video StandardDigital Visual Interface (DVI)
- Input TypeNone
- Depth4.37 in.
- Height4.37 in.
Most relevant reviews
- bcor5423Feb 23, 2011by
Great Performance / Dollar
These are great cards and provide excellent performance. They do not use the latest GPU, however, provide greater performance and higher FLOPS than even the current generation for you GPU programmers out there. The one major drawback is that they do not support DX11. Despite this, you will get a truly amazing card for the money buy purchasing one of these. Please make sure you have adequate cooling and power however. These units consume gobs of power and generate quite a bit of heat.
- 1003616826@dele...Jul 01, 2010by
EVGA GTX 295 CO-OP video graphic card
Unit works fine. I run it with a Intel i7 975 MHz processor in a Corsair 800D case with 12 Gb of Corsair extreme memory @ 1600 GHz in serial link interfce with a 2nd eVGAGeForce GTX 295 Gb Co-OP Edition graphic card. The card rins fine and is doing an excellent job. Has been runningseveral hours per day for more than 2 months. average temp is about 46 degree C. Colors are vibrant and frame rate is much higher than my old GeForce 9800 card
- sultanoswatAug 16, 2010by
Why buy a GTX 480?
Pros:I give this card a excellent review. Actually I got a 017-P3-1298. It was the superclocked FTW version, a 15% performance boost from the 1295 version. I like that it doesn't have overheat issues like the GTX 480. I like that it doesn't have performance issues like the HD 5870 like "Gray Screen of Death" and blue streaks. I like that I got the card for $250 less then the GTX 480 and $125 less then the HD 5870. The card still rates higher then the HD5870 and on par with the GTX 480 according to Tom's Hardware. The trick a quality reseller. Cons: No Direct X 11 support
- good-guy-keevsDec 12, 2010by
Great card, handles current games with finesse
This card is simply amazing. I am able to play Crysis at 40-65 frames on High settings! Blows everything else right out of the water. Just make sure you have your SLI profile and NVIDIA drivers up to date to keep this beast alive and breathing.
- hanu15May 02, 2011by
I would buy again. Might even get another and SLI if needed down the road.
Super card! Works far better than my single EVGA GTX285 with no glitches in Battlefield bad company as of yet. Runs everything else flawlessly so far. 9/15/11 Still working great!