GTX 465 (Silent) Release

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GTX 465 (Silent) Release

Post by skier » Sun May 30, 2010 11:18 am

This weekend seven versions of NVIDIA's latest DirectX 11 video card popped up at retailers like newegg.com. All of the cards that are currently listed for sale feature reference clock speeds, but a couple of them have non-reference coolers (Gigabyte and Palit). The GeForce GTX 465 video cards come with 352 Cuda cores which still puts these significantly over all of the GTX 200 level cards as far as performance goes. These cards all come with a $279.99 price tag, which is pleasant compared to the $350 GTX 470's and $500 GTX 480's. Expect to see a lot more info once Computex gets underway and reviews of these spread like wildfire.

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* GPU: GeForce GTX 465 (Fermi)
* Core Clock: 607MHz
* Effective Memory Clock: 3206MHz
* Shader Clock: 1215MHz
* Stream Processors: 352 Processor Cores
* Memory Size: 1GB
* Memory Bus: 256-bit
* Memory Type: GDDR5


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