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  • Inno3D nVIDIA GeForce GTX260 (192) Graphics Card - 896MB GDDR3 - PCI-E - 448-Bit - Dual DVI - VISTA READY - 576MHz GPU - 2000MHz Memory clock  HDCP
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Inno3D nVIDIA GeForce GTX260 (192) Graphics Card - 896MB GDDR3 - PCI-E - 448-Bit - Dual DVI - VISTA READY - 576MHz GPU - 2000MHz Memory clock HDCP

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  • Microsoft DirectX 10 full support - DX10 w/ full shader model 4.0 deliver graphics realism & film-quality effects
  • Nvidia SLI Technology - Boost up to 2x gaming performance
  • Nvida PureVideo HD Technology - Enhanced HDTV support delivers 50% more power & WMV9 1080p support
  • 2nd Gen NV Unified Architecture - Enhanced processor cores deliver 50% more gaming performance over 1st Gen
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Technical Details
BrandInno 3D
Item Weight1.2 Kg
Product Dimensions33.4 x 24.2 x 7.2 cm
Item model numberN26A-1SDN-H3IY
SeriesGTX 260 896MB
Hard Drive Size896 MB
Graphics Card DescriptionGeForce GTX 260
Graphics RAM TypeGDDR3
  
Additional Information
ASINB0029XF1IM
Best Sellers Rank 204,862 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.2 Kg
Date First Available13 May 2009
  
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Inno3D GeForce GTX260

Get pulled deeper into the gaming experience and HD video than ever before with the Inno3D NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260 GPU. With this GPU, both performance and immersion are absolute.

Experience high definition worlds, lifelike characters, and forces of nature so powerful that your palms sweat and your heart races with every frame. Beyond games, watch Blu-ray movies and transcode video up to 7X faster than traditional CPUs1.

1 Requires application support for CUDA technology


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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Elliot G. Chapman on 8 Sept. 2009
I bought this as a replacement for my capable but limited 4670 ati, first impressiosn were that it is huge and it only just fitted in the new case that i bought specificaly for this card. I cannot give first hand info on installation as my brother did it ut it took him about 5 minutes and he said it was not complex.
In terms of performance it is very good i can run crysis on hgihest with about 30 fps (my processor is a q6600 2.4ghz) which you may say is not great but it looks smoothe and it is my processor holding me back.
I can play company of heroes on highest setting and get an average of around 100 fps and on world in conflict on highest i get around 50 fps.
I can play arma 2 which is a very intesnive game on medium settings but that is my processor that is holding me back.

In terms of performance comparrison with my dads 9800gtx oc i would say this has the edge but not by much and due to the prices being very similar i would say this just about edges it but it is a very small difference.

I think for the price you cannot go wrong, dont get put off by the low price, its still an nvidid card just done by a seperate company i.e bfg.

If your looking to upgrade without buying the gtx295 or something similar this is the card for you as it is capable of handling all games on medium and most on high
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mark Twain on 2 Oct. 2009
Well for a start, the instruction manual was non-existent. The only instructions that came with it were printed on the driver CD sleeve, which consisted of 'Remove old video card' 'Plug in new card'. I had to search the internet on how to actually get it working, turns out I hadn't plugged it into the PSU.
Secondly, it was largehuge. I barely fitted it into my PC, which is only a standard Dell Inspiron 530 case, and I had to rearrange the media card reader and disk drive to fit my second HDD back in. That's partly the fault of Dell though, I guess.
The best thing about this card is that it's brilliant. My old card was an ATI Radeon HD 3400, which wasn't particularly good, but was the only option available with my PC. I've had that for about a year and performance on modern games, and even some not-so-modern games wasn't good at all. It couldn't run Burnout Paradise on a resolution greater than 1024x876 for example, and struggled on big-resolutions in general.
This card, in contrast seems to cope perfectly with everything I've tried it on. I don't have Crysis, although I shall probably get it one day to see if it's up to playing it.
Although drivers for this were easy to find, I was mildly annoyed at how the installation CD didn't have drivers for Windows XP x64, but that problem was easily solved by the magic of internets.

So yeah, overall; good value for money, not particularly hard to install and runs perfectly. What more do you want?
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By mr on 23 Mar. 2010
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Due to more demanding games I purchased this card as my aging 9500 was starting to struggle. So far it has been great, all setting are at max on a 22" LG widescreen monitor.

The card is very large as someone has already mentioned so make sure you have the room before buying.

But the main reason I purchased this card over all the others of a similar type was due to Inno3d claimed this card only needs a 400watt power supply, and as i'm only using a Hiper 430watt it meant i didn't have to also change my power supply and it runs fine with no over heating problems. This card does require two 6pin power cables so make sure you have enough rails to run it. I am also running Win 7 x64 and had no trouble with drivers.
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