IF YOU LIKED our set of 285 scores, we present you with over 100 more GT295 scores. Unlike the 285 article, we promise to be less snarky this time.
Just kidding. Here are the scores, once again on an Intel i7 3.2/965 overclocked to 3.33 for no real reason. It still uses 6G of DDR3/1600 9-9-9-24 on the broken OS SP1, 64-bit. The drivers are the 180.87s, and they are not WHQL'd, Beware of NV pre-release drivers, they have a way of scoring higher than what come out in the next WHQL set... coincidence of course.
We spent the last few days checking all over Taiwan, and the 295 is pure vapor. There are only going to be a handful made to grab some benchmarks and give to the press, then bye-bye. If you don't have one yet, you probably won't get one. Some might call it a sleazy PR stunt to take advantage of the gullible and use the press, but if were up to us, we wouldn't be so nice.
Once again, here are over 100 benches, 101 to be exact. They start out at 1920, and move on to 2560 just like the last ones. Once again, enjoy them, this couldn't happened if we played ball, so for your added and early enjoyment, we don't.
Our deepest condolences go out to those who do. µ
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