GTX 275 Question

By Gregole
Aug 1, 2009
  1. I recently bought a GTX 275/285 waterblock from Koolance (VID-NX285N) now I'm planning on buying a GTX 275. The problem is, I don't know which brand to choose from cause I need the videocard with the newest PCB that would fit in the waterblock.

    Is there a way to determine if they are new pcb?
    These are currently what I can choose from.

    ENGTX275/HTDI/896MD3 $303.81

    BFGEGTX275896OCE $255.99
    BFGEGTX275896OCXE $284.99

    017-P3-1175-AR $358.99
    896-P3-1170-AR $269.99

    NV-GTX275 $349.99

    N275GTX-Twin Frozr OC $271.94

    VCGGTX275XPB $264.43

    GX275XAHFF $244.99
    GX275XADQC $349.99

    ZT-275E3KB-FCP $309.99
  2. raybay

    raybay TS Evangelist Posts: 7,241   +9

    I would think the NVidia or the Asus would be a safe enough bet.
  3. Gregole

    Gregole TS Rookie Topic Starter

    I've looked at the asus one's board, and of all the pcb on my list that i was able to see, its the closest one compatible. My only worry is the one area mark in red. I have a hunch about the XFX GTX 275 but I'm still unsure cause i havent seen an XFX GTX 275 picture online without its heatsink on.

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