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Old 5th January 2009, 16:52   #1
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Default Geforce GTX 295 Will Be Priced ~450 -- ATI HD 4870 X2 still at ~400

Geforce GTX 295, the fastest dual GPU card from Nvidia’s lap, is going to launch on Thursday January 8th. At this time, some partners should have some limited availability of these products and we expect it to be priced in the €450-€500 price range. The best-case scenario is that they will sell for a bit more than €450.

This dual GPU card won’t be cheap, but some overclocked GTX 280 are selling for more than €400 and you can expect that GTX 295 is significantly faster than any of the good old Geforce GTX 280. As we mentioned before, the GTX 280 will shortly be replaced by GTX 285, a bit faster and 55nm version of the card. It is now clear that GTX 295 will be there to dominate the benchmarks for at least a few months.

It doesn’t look that ATI is ready to drop the price as the price was around €400 since the launch f this dual RV770 card. It will be interesting to see if ATI will eventually drop the price of HD 4870 X2 card as this will be a very good indication of Geforce GTX 295 sales. emid=34
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