The usual suspects rolled out their own
branded versions of the new NVIDIA
GeForce GTX 680
graphics card last week, including EVGA
. Today, EVGA announced a pair of overclocked graphics cards that take the performance afforded by the GTX 680 a step further.
The EVGA GeForce GTX 680 Superclocked boasts a boost clock of 1113MHz, base clock of 1058MHz, and memory frequency of 6208MHz. At stock speeds, those numbers are 1058MHz, 1006MHz, and 6008MHz, respectively.
The second of the two new cards is the Superclocked+, which has the same settings as the Superclocked but with a custom backplate. If you’re up for a little DIY fun, you can also simply buy the backplate separately for $19.99 and slap it on the Superclocked yourself.
You’ll pay handsomely for these beastly cards, though; the stock EVGA GeForce GTX 680 costs $499.99, and the Superclocked and Superclocked+ editions will run you $519.99 and $529.99, respectively.