i3DSpeed, July 2010
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260 (216sp) 896MB DDR3 (575/1240/2000 MHz)
Andrey Vorobiev; August 9, 2010.
On the example of XFX GeForce GTX 260 (216sp) 896MB DDR3 (575/1240/2000 MHz).
Price: Newegg, Amazon.
- GPU: GeForce GTX 260 (GT200)
- Memory: 896MB GDDR3 SDRAM in 14 Hynix chips on both sides of the PCB; 1200 (2400) MHz peak clock rate
- Interface: PCIe x16
- GPU clock rate (ROPs/Shaders): 575/1240 MHz (standard)
- Memory clock rate, physical (effective): 1000 (2000) MHz (standard)
- Bus width: 448-bit
- Stream processors: 216
- TMUs: 72 (BLF/TLF)
- ROPs: 24
- Size: 270x100x33 mm
- PCB color: black
- RAMDACs/TDMS: on the separate NVIO chip
- Outputs: 2 x DVI (Dual-Link/HDMI), TV-out (integrated into GPU)
- Multi-GPU: Hardware SLI
This card can receive an audio stream from a sound card to transmit it via a DVI-to-HDMI adapter. If this feature is important for you, make sure the adapter is bundled.
This card has two 6-pin power connectors.
Maximum resolutions and frequencies:
- 240 Hz maximum refresh rate
- 2048 x 1536 x 32bit @ 85Hz Max - analog interface
- 2560 x 1600 @ 60Hz Max - digital interface (all Dual-Link DVIs)
MPEG2 playback (DVD-Video) was analyzed back in 2002 and little has changed since that time. Modern graphics cards do not load CPUs during video playback by more than 25%.
The HDTV review is available here.
We thank XFX for the provided graphics card.
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