Today I am selling my two enthusiast limited series EVGA GeForce GTX 295 Plus Edition dual-PCB 017-P3-1292-AR factory-overclocked graphics cards with EVGA backplates and with OCZ Freeze thermal paste application.
I originally purchased cards back in January 2009 (launch month) at the Micro Center in Southern California. They are considered to be very limited edition models from EVGA due to the fact that the company had only produced a small quantity of "Plus Edition" factory overclocked dual-PCB cards in the retail market. They were ultimately sold out and discontinued in under 14 days. As a journalist, I was able to experience EVGA's GTX 295 and GTX 285 launch event at CES 2009 (pics here and here)
The cards are factory overclocked to the following speeds:
These cards also feature Volterra capacitors which allow them to be overvolted using the EVGA GPU Voltage Tuner. This is a hardware feature not found on the GTX 295 CO-OP cards.
In addition, I thought it would be best for optimal performance to reapply the stock Nvidia thermal paste with some highly efficient OCZ Freeze.