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Inno3D slaps AC Accelero XXX cooler on GeForce GTX 275

by Tarinder Sandhu on 3 April 2009, 10:16

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Kind of akin to London buses, you don't see a pre-overclocked GeForce GTX 275 for a while and then two turn up in your inbox at once. BFG's launching an OC part, but Inno3D ups the ante by slapping an aftermarket cooler on top of its effort.


Part of the now-established iChiLL line, the card uses the Arctic Cooling Accelero XXX heatsink/fan combination that we saw on the GeForce GTX 260 iChiLL version.

Equipped with three 92mm fans, the aftermarket cooler is a tried-and-tested solution for the GeForce GTX 200-series.

Inno3D has enough faith in it to raise clock-speeds to 670MHz core and 2,350MHz memory, up from 633MHz/2,268MHz for the reference card.

Graphics cards Inno3D GeForce GTX 275 iChiLL Accelero XXX 896MB GeForce GTX 275 896MB
Codename
GT200b GT200b
Process (nm)
55 55
Transistors (mn)
1,400 1,400


GPU clock (MHz)
670 633
Shader clock (MHz) Unknown  1,404
Memory clock (MHz) 2,350
2,268
Memory sizes (MB)
896
896/1,792
Memory bus width (bits)
448 448


Shader units 240 240
ROPs 28 28
Etail price (£) £250? £199+

We like Arctic Cooling's Accelero range and this was an obvious move by Inno3D. Trouble is, as good as the card and package are, availability for special-edition Inno3D cards has been historically poor in the UK. Let's hope this changes with the GeForce GTX 275.

With a guesstimated price of around £250, it will come in at the higher end of the GeForce GTX 275 scale, matching further-overclocked Radeon HD 4890 OCs, but still cheaper than GeForce GTX 285.



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