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|8th January 2009, 15:22||#1|
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GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 295 Graphics Card
Now we’re looking at the GIGABYTE offering and we will follow the same formula we normally do; first we will have a look at their package before having a closer look at the card. From there we will check out the specifications and then get stuck into the benchmarks.
What we’re going to do this time is have a closer look at how the GTX 295 performs against the HD 4870 X2. Having a look at just the two cards actually makes it easier to break down the performance numbers. We will go into a bit more detail when it comes to our test system, but for now let’s have a look at the package.
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