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Video Card: eVGA GeForce GTX275 FTW Edition


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For Sale:

eVGA nVidia GeForce GTX275 FTW Edition.

Used, in original box and packaging.

Price $100 + $10 shipping, $110 total

Payments via PayPal only.

Bought this November 2009 from NewEgg. Used for just over a year in my i7 System. Runs BlackOps at 90fps at 1920x1080 with all settings but Antialiasing on highest. Dusted every month or two to dust prevent buildup.

Specs: (FTW edition is overclocked from eVGA over standard)

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx...N82E16814130478

Core Clock: 648 Mhz (v.s. 633 Mhz standard)

Shader Clock: 1458 Mhz (v.s. 1404 Mhz standard)

240 Shader Processor Cores

Memory: 896MB

Memory Speed: 2376 Mhz (v.s. 2268 Mhz standard)

Requirements from eVGA:

16x PCI-Express Port (Will work in 1.0, 2.0 is reccomended)

Minimum of a 550 Watt power supply

(Minimum recommended power supply with +12 Volt current rating of 40 Amps.

**Please note its AMPERAGE you need.. simply having a 550watt psu will not work unless you have enough 12v amps on your PSU** I'm not responcible if you dont meet the requirements.

Package Contents:

GTX 275 Video Card

Manual, Driver Disc, eVGA sticker, QuickStart guide

1 DVI Adapter

2 x 4 Pin to 6-Pin-PCI-E Power Adapters

1 x SPDIF connection to audio card (Needed to pass audio through to HDMI if you get a HDMI > DVI adapter)

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