Seeing as how Ryan has somehow managed to suppress his need to sleep, there is a brand new review up this morning, of nVIDIA’s GTX 285 1GB graphics card.  For around $400 you can grab the card that is replacing the GTX280, with higher clock speeds and a die shrink. On the other hand, for about $50 more you can get an HD4870 X2, which does tend to perform a bit better than nVIDIA’s newest.  Check out the full review.

“Our short time with the GTX 285 has left me pretty impressed – even though the GTX 280 was the top performing single GPU graphics card on the market, the GTX 285 easily outpaced it by about 10-15% in my tests. Even at real-world resolutions like 1600×1200 and 2048×1536 the GTX 285 was able to run noticeably faster than the GTX 280 OC.”

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