EVGA GTX 275
EVGA has pretty much disappointed us with its first wave of GeForce GTX 275 cards as it doesn't include any Superclocked/SSC edition model. It's all stock frequencies - 633, 1404 and 2268 MHz for the GPU, shaders and memory, for EVGA's GTX 275 cards which come with 896MB and 1792MB of onboard GDDR3 memory.
Both cards are based on the reference design so they also feature a 448-bit memory interface, 240 Processing Cores, a dual-slot cooler, DirectX 10 and 3-way SLI support, CUDA, PhysX, two DVI outputs, and two 6-pin PCIe power connectors. The 896MB GTX 275 has a recommended price tag of $249.99, while the 1792MB model is set to go for $299.99 (yes, 300 bucks).
BFG GTX 275 OC
For the GeForce GTX 275 launch, BFG didn't flex its muscles much but it did come up with one card, the factory overclocked GTX 275 OC. Seen below, the 55nm GT200b-powered card is based on the reference design, has a dual-slot cooler, a 448-bit memory interface and comes with GPU, shader and memory clocks of 648 (633 MHz stock), 1440 (1404 MHz) and 2304 (2268) MHz respectively.
The GeForce GTX 275 OC packs 896MB of GDDR3 memory, a PCI-Express 2.0 x16 interface, dual-DVI connectivity and, of course, 3-way SLI support. The card should already be shipping so keep an eye out for it. Look for a stressed bald man on a box.