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Thursday, 06 August 2009 01:00
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XFX GeForce GTX 275 XXX 896MB video card review

In the never-ending graphics war between AMD and NVIDIA (and let's face it, it's to the benefit of us as consumers that it does remain endless), it's almost a given these days that any product launch by one company will see a rapid if not instant response from the other to try and plug any perceived gaps in their product line-up.

So it was that AMD's Radeon HD 4890 launch was quickly matched by a part offering similar pricing and performance from NVIDIA, courtesy of their own GeForce GTX 275 offering.  However, despite having reviewed several Radeon HD 4890 boards over recent months we've been yet to spend any time with a GeForce GTX 275-based card - Until now.  To redress that imbalance, we've snagged a sample of XFX's factory overclocked GeForce GTX 275 XXX card, putting it to the test against both a reference GeForce GTX 275 as well as AMD's rival offering.  So, without further ado, let's spend some time seeing how it stacks up.



 
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