Packs a 55nm GPU
There are a number of NVIDIA board partners out there, which can provide GeForce graphics card fans with a series of high-end cards, based on NVIDIA's latest GPUs. Inno3D is certainly one of those partners that can deliver to its clients custom designed GeForce cards, enabling a higher level of performance. One of the company's latest products is built using the GT200 GPU-based GTX 260 graphics card, which has been equipped with a new dual-fan, dual-slot cooling solution for optimum GPU cooling and performance.
Inno3D's new card has been suggestively dubbed GeForce GTX 260 with FreezerX2 and comes to provide computer enthusiasts with a new version of NVIDIA's latest mainstream performance offering. The card combines a 55nm-based GPU with a dual-slot, dual-fan cooling solution to enable users to benefit from a higher level of performance from a card that is currently among NVIDIA's best performance/value offerings.
The features of the new Freezer X2 cooling fan include a dual 8cm ball bearing PWM fan, which boasts a DHT (direct heatpipe touch) technology and offers double the cooling efficiency. A triple heatpipe design further enhances the cooling capabilities of this card, providing users with more room for overclocking and better overall performance.
Aside from the different cooling solution used on NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 260 GPU, the new card comes with a 55nm GT200b GPU clocked at 576MHz, 216 processing cores with a speed of 1242MHz and a total of 896MB of GDDR3 memory, clocked at 2000MHz. The card has a 448-bit memory interface and offers support for NVIDIA's well-known technologies, including SLI, CUDA and PhysX. With dual-DVI connectivity, the card is ready to provide users with the performance capabilities of NVIDIA's latest GeForce products.
Unfortunately, the pricing and availability details of the card are yet to become available.
2009 Inno3D GeForce GTX 260 FreezerX2 Uses Dual-Slot, Dual-Fan Cooling