XFX GeForce GTX 260 (Core 216) Black Edition 896MB video card review
25 March 2012
Conclusion: If there's one thing that anyone who has been following the 3D graphics industry will have learned over the years, it's "Never write off NVIDIA". Earlier this year, it was hard to see how the graphics giant would be able to turn things around in the short-term, being beaten out at various price and...
Excerpt: XFX was kind enough to send us a nice package containing the fastest GTX 260 and currently very popular FarCry 2 game. XFX edition of GTX 260 has the Black Edition suffix, and Black Edition versions traditionally come at higher speeds than reference Nvidia’s cards.
Summary: With so many results presented in the previous page, we will make a summary of how is XFX GeForce GTX 260 640M XXX against the standard GeForce GTX 260, GeForce GTX 280 (as this XFX model runs at a higher clock rate) and Sapphire HD 4870, which is today the main competitor to the standard GTX 260.
Summary: XFX GeForce GTX 260 Black Edition video cards have proved to be good candidates for video cards to be merged into a SLI. Quite powerful due to additional functional units included into only the updated versions of GeForce GTX 260, these video cards merged into a combination demonstrate a thrilling...