EVGA today announced the launch of two new GTX 295s, the EVGA GTX 295 CO-OP Superclocked and FTW edition video cards. Both cards are based on NVIDIA's single-PCB GTX 295 revision and feature dual GT200 GPUs backed by 480 stream processors, a dual 448 bit memory interface and a 1972MB memory buffer. The less powerful Superclocked edition runs at 602MHz/1296MHz/2052MHz and the faster FTW model is clocked at 684MHz/1476MHz/2160MHz for the GPU, shaders and memory respectively. Both cards are significantly overclocked in comparison to the stock GTX 295 speeds of 576MHz/1242MHZ/2000MHz (GPU/shaders/memory). The Superclocked and FTW models are cooled by the same dual slot cooler and come equipped with DX10, PhysX, CUDA and dual DVI support. Both cards are currently available on EVGA's online store retailing at US$559.99 for the FTW model and US$519.99 for the Superclocked variant.