EVGA GTX 275 CO-OP PhysX – unique dual card with GTX 275 (G200) and GTS 250 (G92) GPUs – combined on one PCB. While GTX 275 is doing graphics work, GTS 250 is dedicated solely for PhysX. Several benchmarking articles were published on the web today:
Includes package and PCB design overview, power consumption, noise level and GPU temperature measurements, lots of tests with GPU PhysX (Dark Void, Batman: Arkham Asylum, Darkest of Days) and non-PhysX (Crysis Warhead, Fallout 3, etc) games.
Update: recently, this article was expanded – few new GPUs and Hybrid PhysX system (ATI HD 5850 + NV GT220) added to tests.
Interesting result – GTX 275 + GT220 beats GTX 275 CO-OP in some PhysX titles.
EVGA GTX275 CO-OP PhysX Edition Review by Benchmark Reviews
This article is less detailed than the one from X-bit Labs.
Only two PhysX and two non-PhysX games were tested. Final score – 8.75 out of 10.