EVGA announces Geforce GTX 295 Red Edition
Red shroud and backplate for $549
, EVGA listed a new version of its sellout Geforce GTX 295 graphics card on its product page, one that was inspired by fiery looks and a primeval appeal for anything resembling flesh. If you're a self-proclaimed enthusiast and like the color red, this card would be a very ideal choice. (Or you should get a red ATI, sub.ed.)
The EVGA Geforce GTX 295 Red Edition is inspired by the company's new trend to design products with red and black color tones. A few examples can be seen with the shroud color of the 55nm Geforce GTX 260 Core 216 as well as the newly announced X58 SLI Classified motherboard. The card runs at stock frequencies of a 576MHz core, 1242MHz shaders, and 1998MHz GDDR3 memory, but these can be significantly raised through the use of the company's GPU Voltage Tuner as acclaimed by many users.
This model, labeled 017-P3-1294-AR
, comes with a preinstalled red EVGA GTX 295 backplate, which have been reported to provide significant temperature reductions by up to 10C on load.
EVGA currently lists the Red Edition for $549.99
on its site with stock expected to be available soon, and it will not take away your freedom or speech, nor socialize healthcare.