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    wondering

    I was wondering why GTS 250 says its 65nm when I thought they were all 55nm



    could gpu-z be wrong?

    and this is a recent purchase (yesterday) so i dont think it would be old stock rebranded 9800gtx+

    not really a big deal just wondering
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    the g92 has no way to identify if its 55nm or 65nm from software, u have to remove teh heat sink and look for the part number or die size
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    agreed (used to own 2x G92)
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