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Wednesday, 11 June 2008 10:27

Retailer spills the beans on GTX280

Written by Nermin Hajdarbegovic


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Updated: Pictures and clocks


A German
retailer has listed Nvidia's GTX280, and the price currently stands at €599. Unlike the French retailer who first listed the GTX280 here, the Germans were a bit more meticulous, as they posted a picture and exact clocks, as well.

The G200 core runs at 602MHz, the card packs 1GB of GDDR3 memory clocked at 1105MHz (2210MHz effective) and the Shaders are clocked at 1296MHz. Maximum power consumption is rated at 147W and the card has 240 stream processors, as reported earlier.

Here's the link and if (or should we say when) Nvidia takes it down, we'll post a screenshot. The vendor is unknown, and we can only guess that these are reference clocks and the official MSRP, so take this leak with a grain of salt.

The retailer expects to have the card in stock by June 16th.

Update:


Nvidia seems to have twisted HW elektronik's arm, the link is down, so here are the screens:

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