The EVGA GTX 275 Co-op PhysX card is very different from the rest as it will boast a GTX 275 that will hook up with a GTS 250 GPU on a single board, enabling the former to handle all graphics rendering while the latter does PhysX calculations. You will get a grand total of 1,280MB of memory between both GPUs for a total bandwidth of 179.8GB/sec. This looks like a sole release from EVGA with nothing similar to roll out in the future, and it will cost north of $300 when released.
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