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EVGA Article: GTX 275 Details & Specs

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April 2, 2009 4:36:41 AM

View it here.

Things of note:

Marketing! Notice the "Free PhysX" badges on the boxes? (I giggle at this to be honest.)

And goodness gracious... a single-GPU 1792MB model? Are you serious?!

EVGA has completely dropped the GTX 280. It is now only listed on the "B-Stock" page. With stats like the 275 boasts at a pre-order price tag of $250 for the 896MB and $290 for the 1792MB, it's no wonder they dropped the 280. I suspect other companies will likely follow suit, if they haven't already. Perhaps nVIDIA ceased the 280's production themselves...

No availability date shown or eluded to.
April 2, 2009 4:43:18 AM

RazberyBandit said:
View it here.

Things of note:

Marketing! Notice the "Free PhysX" badges on the boxes? (I giggle at this to be honest.)

And goodness gracious... a single-GPU 1792MB model? Are you serious?!

EVGA has completely dropped the GTX 280. It is now only listed on the "B-Stock" page. With stats like the 275 boasts at a pre-order price tag of $250 for the 896MB and $290 for the 1792MB, it's no wonder they dropped the 280. I suspect other companies will likely follow suit, if they haven't already. Perhaps nVIDIA ceased the 280's production themselves...

No availability date shown or eluded to.



Im gonna feel pretty ripped if already something better than my 295 hits at that price.
April 2, 2009 6:12:55 AM

savatage79 said:
Im gonna feel pretty ripped if already something better than my 295 hits at that price.

I won't feel so bad. I will just trickle down my GTX260 into one of my other computers.
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April 3, 2009 5:01:39 AM

I feel somewhat bad for those who may have purchased a GTX 280 or 285 for $500-$650 when they were brand new. Though, if they had the money for 'em then, they've probably got the money for 'em now, too.

This is a fine example of why I don't buy tech-toys when they're brand new. I always give it at least 3 to 6 months to settle-in and/or be refined. I'm sure there are plenty of other price-conscious people out there who do the same.
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April 3, 2009 9:12:43 AM

RazberyBandit said:

This is a fine example of why I don't buy tech-toys when they're brand new. I always give it at least 3 to 6 months to settle-in and/or be refined. I'm sure there are plenty of other price-conscious people out there who do the same.


I'm one.
April 3, 2009 12:03:04 PM

I got BFGGTX 280 OC for $249 a week ago. Its being phase out
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