Monday, December 9th 2013

EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti Classified K|ngp|n Edition Pictured Some More

EVGA teased its GeForce GTX 780 Ti Classified K|ngp|n Edition graphics card some more, by posting high-resolution pictures. Designed to be the fastest single-GPU graphics card ever built, it features a non-reference PCB built from the ground up for voltage-assisted overclocking using exotic/subzero cooling solutions, although its included frosty-white cooling solution doesn't look like it will disappoint overclockers, either. There are no pictures of the business side of the PCB, but one can expect an extremely strong VRM powering the GK110 chip and 3 GB of memory. The card draws power from a combination of one 6-pin and two 8-pin PCIe connectors. One can expect EVGA regulars such as EVBot support, redundant BIOS, voltage measurement points, and clearly marked out spots for manual volt-mods, or using EVGA's EPower board. The card will also be designed with fewer but stronger screws, so it takes lesser time to rip off or attach a cooler.
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22 Comments on EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti Classified K|ngp|n Edition Pictured Some More

#1
hhumas
when it is expected to launch ?
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#3
silapakorn
Is it me or the card is just too wide?
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#4
xpressoz
The dust will look so cool under that transparent plastic plate...
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#5
HumanSmoke
by: silapakorn
Is it me or the card is just too wide?
Pretty much standard practice these days. IIRC, the Classified has been a wide boy since the GTX 580. Oversized cards have been in vogue for a while- The Lightning, Toxic, Matrix are all pretty wide cards. Even those that adhere to a more-or-less default 126mm (unless reference design) tend to add width via some vague shroud styling cue ( Windforce for example). The PCB on my GTX 670 is the same width as the GTX 780's, yet the overall width is 7mm wider thanks to central portion of the shroud design
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#6
buildzoid
by: silapakorn
Is it me or the card is just too wide?
No it's not you the card is some 10 to 20mm taller than the PCI-e slot bracket which is also true for the GTX 770 and GTX 780 Classified. The reason for this is to accommodated the 12 phase VRM that Evga uses on it's GPUs.
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#7
The Terrible Puddle
Just kill this transparent cover trend already. Before it gets too wide spread.
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#8
bogami
If you have too many models that you can burn i prefer to send me a few of them.
I certainly would not be burned them but gave t to job for a long time! I can not afford it on my earnings :cry:
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#9
arterius2
rofl, geeks and tattoos is the new standard in lame.
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#10
radrok
by: xpressoz
The dust will look so cool under that transparent plastic plate...
If you bought this card to keep it with its stock cooling then you are doing it wrong.
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#11
Vinska
by: btarunr
using exotic/subzero cooling solutions
*sniff* *sniff* do I smell peltier pads?
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#12
RyneSmith
IMO the plastic shroud looks terrible. I would love to see some performance numbers though :)
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#13
progste
their black cooler looks so much better
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#14
d1nky
i dont think many people will be keeping the stock cooling on these things!

also hasnt MSI teased us with their new clear plastic shroud?!
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#15
haswrong
only 3GB VRAM? thanks, but no thanks. this hardware is now officially off my list..
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#16
radrok
by: haswrong
only 3GB VRAM? thanks, but no thanks. this hardware is now officially off my list..
High memory count would only hinder performance on a benchmark oriented card .
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#17
douglatins
OMG please stop freezing cards, omg, isolate that shit
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#18
ensabrenoir
...........:wtf: i hope people realize this is not your run of the mill everyday card for everyday uses.... it was made with a purpose in mind.
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#19
EpicShweetness
by: ensabrenoir
...........:wtf: i hope people realize this is not your run of the mill everyday card for everyday uses.... it was made with a purpose in mind.
To show the peak of performance on a 28nm Node GPU :rockout::rockout::rockout:
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#21
micropage7
by: RyneSmith
IMO the plastic shroud looks terrible. I would love to see some performance numbers though :)
yeah, solid shroud with industrial accent would be good
add little transparent effect with light
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#22
xpressoz
by: radrok
If you bought this card to keep it with its stock cooling then you are doing it wrong.
nope, but good to know ;)
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