With the GeForce GTX 260 "Reloaded" now under the $200 mark, Nvidia has a big hole in its lineup between that and the high-end GeForce GTX 285. According to Fudzilla, however, Nvidia will soon fill that gap with another new card: the GeForce GTX 275.
Supposedly, the GeForce GTX 275 will launch on April 6 with a suggested retail price of around $250. The card will pack a 55nm GT200b graphics processor with 240 stream processors, a 633MHz core clock speed, and a 1404MHz shader speed. Riding along will be 896MB of RAM (presumably of the GDDR3 kind), which will run at 2322MHz and push bits through a 448-bit memory interface.
In other words, the card will have slightly lower clocks, slightly lower memory bandwidth, and a little less memory than the GTX 285—but it should be around 100 bucks cheaper. That's probably not a bad deal. Fudzilla suggests the card may end up competing against that AMD Radeon HD 4890 we've been hearing about.
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