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And the hits keep coming from EVGA; a few weeks after we got the details on the company’s GeForce GTX 680 SC Signature (with and without backplate), EVGA has announced all the information about the GeForce GTX 680 FTW. Wrapped in what is essentially the same body as the SC Signature, the FTW card sports a base clock of 1110MHz and a boost clock of 1176MHZ, both a slight bump up from the SC Signature’s 1084MHz/1150MHz. The memory clock is the same--6208MHz (effective)--and they both have 2GB of 256-bit GDDR5 memory and memory bandwidth of 198.66GB/s. The FTW has a slightly higher texture... Read more...
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... Read more...
Happy Kepler Day, Internet! If you haven’t read our reviews on the new Kepler-based GeForce GTX 680 and the Acer Timeline Ultra M3 running the GeForce GT 640M (yeah, desktop and mobile versions released at the same time), go ahead and do that now. We’ll wait. Ok, welcome back. Now that you know what the new Kepler architecture from NVIDIA is all about, we wanted to round up a pile of Kepler-related product announcements for you. NVIDIA itself has announced the GeForce GTX 680 and GeForce 600M family, with a stream of partner-branded products following. PNY announced its XLR8 GeForce... Read more...