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Monday, 14 May 2012 10:10

Geforce GTX 690 available from three vendors

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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€958.50 and up


We were looking out for Geforce GTX 690 availability, and luckily the day has come, but getting this dual Kepler card will not come cheap.

Slobodan already mentioned that the cards got listed exactly a week ago, here, and now they are in stock ready to ship to your homes and businesses.

The cheapest of the available ones at press time is Gigabyte GeForce GTX 690, 2x 2GB GDDR5, 3x DVI, mini DisplayPort (GV-N690D5-4GD-B) and is available today for €958.50.

The runner up is MSI N690GTX-P3D4GD5, GeForce GTX 690, 2x 2GB GDDR5, 3x DVI, mini DisplayPort (V801-1245R) available for 979 euro while the third card listed and available is Gainward GeForce GTX 690, 2x 2GB GDDR5, 3x DVI, mini DisplayPort (2661) that sells for €999.

They are all clocked at 2x 915MHz, have 1502MHz memory, the Shaders work at 2x 915MHz and come with 2x 256 bit memory interface for 2x 1536 stream processors and 2x 128 texture memory units. This card is way too expensive for our taste but it is at least neater solution than two GTX 680 or two Radeon HD 7970 cards.

You can find them all listed here.

Last modified on Monday, 14 May 2012 10:27
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