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BFG Tech GeForce GTX 260 OC2


$300.00 Released June, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Life time 24/7 support, good communication from BFG, for buyers who don't frequently upgrade their computers, this should play a big factor in their purchase deicision. Capable overclock from factory, tested to function well, has even more room to over clock. Good driver support from Nvidia, with new drivers, the GTX260's performance exceed the HD 4870 in most cases.

The Cons:Large card, might not fit into some mid towers, users looking to build a SLI setup should double check the sizes before purchase. Same naming scheme as the slightly older models of GTX260, yet they are inheritantly different, very confusing for consumers (This version was supposed to be named GTX270). Support comes at a price premium, priced higher than GTX260 that offers similar speed.

The BFG Tech GTX 260 OC2 is a double slot high end graphics card with 896GB of DDR3 ram. Using the stock NVIDIA cooler, the card is clocked at enhanced 630MHz/2126MHz (gpu/memory) timings. For more information on the GTX 260 refer to the full report.

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Features

  • Output Interface:
    • 2 x DVI-I
    • 1 x HDTV
  • Accessories:
    • DVI to VGA adapter
    • DVI to HDMI adapter
    • 6-pin PCIE power adapter
    • Internal S/PDIF cable
    • HDTV Cable
    • Internal S/PDIF Cable

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Pros
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    Life time 24/7 support, good communication from BFG, for buyers who don't frequently upgrade their computers, this should play a big factor in their purchase deicision

  • 1

    Capable overclock from factory, tested to function well, has even more room to over clock

  • 1

    Good driver support from Nvidia, with new drivers, the GTX260's performance exceed the HD 4870 in most cases

  • 1

    Dual slot cooling works well, keeps the card at a stable temperature even when it's configured beyond factory OC

Cons
  • 1

    Large card, might not fit into some mid towers, users looking to build a SLI setup should double check the sizes before purchase

  • 1

    Same naming scheme as the slightly older models of GTX260, yet they are inheritantly different, very confusing for consumers (This version was supposed to be named GTX270)

  • 1

    Support comes at a price premium, priced higher than GTX260 that offers similar speed

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