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EVGA Offers ACX Cooling Solution for GeForce TITAN Black

With NVIDIA's restrictions that prevent AIC partners from coming up with custom-design GeForce GTX TITAN Black graphics cards (with the exception of those with factory-fitted full-coverage water-blocks) in place, EVGA is taking a route explored by GIGABYTE last year, when it bundled NVIDIA-kosher (reference design) GTX TITAN cards with its WindForce 450 cooling solution detached, that the users can install by themselves. EVGA's approach is a tiny bit different. Its GTX TITAN Black-branded ACX cooler is sold separately, as an accessory for the company's reference-design cards; at a rather affordable price of US $39.99. The package includes the dual-fan aluminium fin heatsink, and a heatspreader to cool the memory and VRM.

EVGA Z87 Motherboards Ready for Upcoming 4th Generation Intel Core CPUs

EVGA Z87 motherboards are now ready for the upcoming 4th Generation Intel Core CPUs with a new BIOS update that is available from EVGA today. This BIOS update is available for free at the EVGA Support page and takes only seconds to install. To download and update your EVGA Z87 motherboard BIOS and get your system ready for the new Intel Core CPUs, please visit the EVGA support page.

EVGA Announces GeForce GTX 750 FTW 2GB

EVGA announced an Amazon-exclusive 2 GB variant of its GeForce GTX 750 FTW graphics card (model: 02G-P4-2758-KR). Built in an identical board design to the original GTX 750 FTW, with the company's ACX cooling solution, the card offers factory-overclocked speeds of 1229 MHz core, 1320 MHz GPU Boost, and 5012 MHz (GDDR5-effective) memory, and features 2 GB of it across the chip's 128-bit wide memory interface. The cooling solution is designed to deal with much bigger chips, and should keep the GTX 750 quiet and comfy, even at its maker-given speeds. Based on the 28 nm GM107 silicon, the GTX 750 packs 512 CUDA cores, and is based on NVIDIA's new "Maxwell" GPU architecture. The card is priced at US $149.99.

EVGA Announces GeForce GTX 780 with 6 GB Memory

EVGA is proud to introduce new offerings in its GeForce GTX 780 lineup, complete with 6GB of high speed GDDR5 memory. The new EVGA GeForce GTX 780 6GB cards feature 2,304 processing cores, 6GB of high-speed GDDR5 memory and NVIDIA GPU Boost 2.0 technology, giving you the performance capabilities you need at extreme settings. These new cards with 6GB of memory are optimized for the latest games running at high resolution and detail settings.

The EVGA GeForce GTX 780 6GB is more than just fast and smooth. It's perfectly tuned to today's most advanced gaming technologies with features like NVIDIA GeForce Experience for one-click driver and settings optimization, plus NVIDIA PhysX and TXAA for smooth, sharp graphics. These new EVGA GeForce GTX 780 6GB graphics cards will also be featured in EVGA's Step-Up Program. This program allows any users that have purchased an EVGA graphics card within 90 days, to upgrade to this new model, and pay only the difference in price. Learn more and sign up to be notified when the 6GB card is available, here.

EVGA Launches the SuperNOVA 850/750 G2 Power Supplies

EVGA has today formally announced two new SuperNOVA Series power supplies, the 850 G2 and 750 G2. These 850 W and 750 W units are 80 PLUS Gold certified and feature a fully modular design, a 140 mm Double Ball Bearing fan backed by ECO Intelligent Thermal Control (for zero fan noise during low load operations), a single, high amperage 12 V rail, and built-in Over Power/Under Power/Over Voltage/Short Circuit protection.

The SuperNOVA 850 G2 and 750 G2 are backed by a 10-year warranty (after registering with EVGA) and are priced at $159.99 and $129.99, respectively. Unfortunately the PSUs are not yet available for purchase.

EVGA Announces a GeForce GTX 750 with 2 GB Memory

EVGA announced a GeForce GTX 750 model with 2 GB of GDDR5 memory, double its standard memory amount of 1 GB. The card is based on an identical board design to EVGA's GTX 750 base model, and sticks to NVIDIA reference clock speeds of 1020 MHz base, 1085 MHz GPU Boost, and 1253 MHz (5012 MHz GDDR5-effective) memory. EVGA is also planning a factory-overclocked SC (SuperClocked) variant of this card, which comes with out of the box speeds of 1215 MHz base, with 1294 MHz GPU Boost frequencies, while leaving the memory clock untouched. The GTX 750 2 GB from EVGA is priced at US $129.99, and its SuperClocked variant at a $10 premium.

EVGA Also Launches Five GeForce GTX TITAN Black Models

EVGA also launched no less than five GeForce GTX TITAN Black graphics card models, spanning between NVIDIA's reference board design, and the company's own HydroCopper cooling solution that's ready for liquid cooling. The series begins with the $999 GTX TITAN Black base model, which sticks to NVIDIA reference clock speeds of 889/980/7000 MHz (core/boost/memory); followed by the GTX TITAN Black SC, featuring clock speeds of 967/1072/7000 MHz, and a $1019.99 price tag; the GTX TITAN Black SC Signature with similar clocks but added goodies, priced at $1069.99; the GTX TITAN Black HydroCopper, featuring a staggering 1006/1111/7000 MHz clock speeds and its Signature variant. EVGA didn't finalize pricing on the HydroCopper duo, yet.

EVGA Announces its GeForce GTX 750 Series Graphics Cards

EVGA launched its GeForce GTX 750 series with a pair of custom-design graphics card lines. The company launched four models each, based on the GeForce GTX 750 Ti, and the GTX 750. The eight are based on one of two custom board designs pictured below, one with a simple fan-heatsink, and one with a more complex dual-fan ACX cooling solution. The four models include one based on NVIDIA reference clock speeds, a SuperClocked model with fan-heatsink, another SuperClocked model with ACX cooler, and a higher overclocked FTW model with ACX cooler.

The GTX 750 base model runs NVIDIA reference clock speeds of 1020/1085/5012 MHz (core/Boost/memory); the GTX 750 SC tops that with 1215/1294/5012 MHz. The FTW variant leads the pack with 1229/1320/5012 MHz. The GTX 750 Ti base model is clocked at 1020/1085/5012 MHz; its SuperClocked cousin at 1176/1255/5012 MHz, and the FTW variant at 1189/1268/5012 MHz. Prices range between US $119.99 for the GTX 750 base model, and $169.99 for the GTX 750 Ti FTW.

EVGA Rolls Out SuperNova 750 G2 and 850 G2 Power Supplies

At CES, EVGA unveiled two additions to its SuperNova line of 80 Plus Gold-compliant modular PSUs, the 750 G2 and 850 G2. Both units are based on a common platform, with a single +12V rail design. The 750 G2 has enough juice for dual- graphics card gaming rigs, while with the 850 G2, you could squeeze in a third card. Both units feature fully modular cabling, including modular 24-pin ATX and 8-pin EPS connectors. Both rely on large 140 mm spinners to stay cool. EVGA is expected to launch both a little later this year.

EVGA Unveils the TORQ X10 Gaming Mouse

The gaming peripheral market is about to get a little more crowded as EVGA has today announced its very own mouse targeting hardcore gamers. Named TORQ X10, EVGA's mouse has an ambidextrous design and features a solid metal base, a carbon fiber surface, a weight control system, low-friction PTFE plastic feet, an 8200 DPI laser sensor (Avago 9800), and Omron switches with a lifespan of over 20 million clicks.

EVGA's creation has a total of 9 programmable buttons and includes a customizable RGB LED, 512 KB of memory for profile storage, and a silver coated USB cable. The TORQ X10 is 'coming soon' but its price tag was not announced.

EVGA DisplayPort Hub Now Available

The EVGA DisplayPort Hub is a simple to use, multi-monitor connectivity solution between a single DisplayPort source and up to three DisplayPort compatible monitors. Its plug-and-play features allow you to enjoy the benefits of multiple monitors with a single digital output port. Ideal for graphic design, video editing, 3D animation, CAD/CAM, spreadsheet analysis, and productivity without the need of an additional graphics card.

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.

EVGA Announces 430 W and 500 W Power Supplies

EVGA today unveiled two new power supplies, one delivering 430 W and one 500 W. Targeting entry level systems, these units have a non-modular design, 80 PLUS certification (up to 80% efficiency), a single, high amperage 12V rail, active PFC, a low-noise 120 mm fan, and over voltage, under voltage, over current, over power, short circuit and over temperature protection.

EVGA's 430 W (100-W1-0430-KR) and 500 W (100-W1-0500-KR) are backed by a three-year warranty and are 'coming soon'.

EVGA Reportedly Prepping GeForce GTX 780 Ti Kingpin Edition Graphics Card

Remember the little teaser image EVGA posted, of a new graphics card. Well, according to VideoCardz.com, the picture if of the GeForce GTX 780 Ti Kingpin Edition, an uber-end card developed by EVGA with the help of well-known overclocker Vince "k|ngp|n" Lucido. The card is supposed to pack 6 GB of RAM (the stock GTX 780 Ti has 3 GB) and feature 'no TDP limit and unlocked voltage' so as to allow for some of the highest clocks possible.

No word on frequencies but it's likely the card will be factory-overclocked with some headroom available for people who want to push it even further. The EVGA GTX 780 Ti Kingpin Edition is said to be launched in December and will surely have a hefty price tag ($999 maybe?).
Big thanks to radrok for the tip.

EVGA Recalls Bad Batches of SuperNova PSUs

EVGA issued a recall notice to a small batch of SuperNova series PSUs, specifically models 1000 G2, 1000 P2, and 1300 G2, after it discovered a manufacturing flaw affecting entire batches. The affected batches went into distribution before October 1st, 2013; so if your unit was bought after that, it's not affected. The defect involves the lack of sufficient insulation material on the thermal pads of certain heatsinks, which could cause the overheat protection to kick in, and the PSU to shut down. EVGA set up a page where you can input the serial number of your unit, to check if it's part of the bad batch. If it is, you can apply for RMA, and the company will freely replace the unit (including shipping), and toss in a free EVGA t-shirt. The support page can be accessed here.

EVGA Teases New Graphics Card Cooler

EVGA teased a new graphics card cooling solution it's working on. A picture showing its shroud in great detail, and possibly the company's color choices with its design, was posted on Instagram by Team EVGA, revealing a dual-slot cooler with a shroud that apes the carbon fiber pattern, a red secondary heatsink (to cool memory and VRM), and a split aluminium fin-stack primary heatsink, to which heat is fed by heat pipes. EVGA could deploy this cooler on some of its upcoming graphics cards. Given that we don't know what the GTX 780 Ti Classified from the company looks like this cooler may have found its launchpad.

ALLBenchmark Rolls Out Catzilla EVGA Edition

EVGA has teamed up with ALLBenchmark, the developer of the popular Catzilla benchmark, to release an official EVGA version. Catzilla, a cross-API benchmark designed for OpenGL 4.0 and DirectX 9 or 11, and Windows operating systems (64-bit and 32-bit Windows 8, 7, XP, and Vista), is a quick, yet comprehensive benchmarking program that uses algorithms found in the latest PC video games, so users can see how their PCs will handle the most demanding games.

Following Catzilla's simple 500 MB download, a PC's hardware is tested with an epic video of two battling "Catzillas". The video, with advanced HD graphics, fiery particle effects and explosive scenes, serves as an entertaining animated short as well as the basis for the comprehensive benchmark test. Platige Image - the award-winning studio behind graphics seen in several video games, commercials, animations and films, including The Witcher and Cyberpunk 2077 - created the artwork in the Catzilla video.

CYBERPOWERPC and EVGA Offer Exclusive Hadron Hydro Gaming Rigs

CyberPower Inc., a global manufacturer of custom gaming PCs, has teamed with EVGA Corporation to offer an exclusive series of mini-ITX based gaming rigs that pack all the hardware enthusiasts crave in a compact liquid-cooled ready chassis. The CYBERPOWERPC Hadron Hydro gaming PC is designed for PC enthusiasts who demand the power and headroom to accommodate the latest gaming hardware with the performance advantage of liquid-cooling for both the CPU and GPU in a compact enclosure. The Hadron Hydro chassis measures 6.6" wide x 13.7" high and 12.1" deep; just 1.7" taller than the Hadron Air.

The series is based on EVGA's Hadron Hydro Mini ITX chassis, which features the same minimalist sleek front panel found in the Hadron Air and is powered by a 500 watt gold rated power supply. The Hadron Hydro line can accommodate a wide range of mini ITX form factor motherboards from Intel's B85 to Z87 express chipsets, 4th generation Intel Core Haswell processors, and full size GeForce GTX Titan graphics cards.

CyberPowerPC Announces mini ITX Hadron AIR Gaming PC

CyberPower Inc., a global manufacturer of custom gaming PCs, today announced a mini ITX-based gaming rig that packs all the hardware enthusiasts crave in a chassis that measures just 6.6 wide x 12 high x 12.1 inches deep.

The CYBERPOWERPC Hadron AIR Gaming Rig makes no compromises. It has been designed for the PC enthusiast with the power and headroom to accommodate the latest PC gaming hardware and titles including support for Intel Core i7 Haswell processors and full size GeForce GTX Titan or AMD R9 290X graphics cards.

EK Releases New Water Block for EVGA Classified Series GeForce GTX 780

EK Water Blocks, Ljubljana based premium water cooling gear manufacturer, is proud to introduce a new Full-Cover water block for EVGA Classified series NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 graphics cards.

EK-FC780 GTX Classy water block directly cools the GPU, RAM as well as VRM (voltage regulation module) as water flows directly over these critical areas. This allows the graphics card and it's VRM to remain stable under high overclocks. EK-FC780 GTX Classy water block also features a very high flow design therefore it can be easily used in liquid cooling systems using weaker water pumps.

EVGA Updates LED Controller App, Lets you Control Pro SLI Bridge LEDs

EVGA updated its LED Controller app to version 1.2.1. The app, which let you control illumination (style and brightness) of the "GeForce GTX" logo on reference-design GeForce GTX 690, GTX 770, GTX 780, and GTX TITAN, now also lets you control the glowy EVGA badge on the company's recently launched Pro SLI Bridges. Apart from arbitrary control, the app lets you tune the brightness of the two logos to temperatures and GPU utilization.
DOWNLOAD: EVGA LED Controller app 1.2.1

EVGA Debuts the Hadron Air Mini-ITX PC Case

EVGA has today launched the Hadron Air, a compact PC chassis that can house one Mini ITX motherboard and comes equipped with an 80Plus Gold-rated 500 W power supply. EVGA's case measures 169 (W) x 305 (H) x 308 (D) mm, it weighs 6 kg, and features two USB 3.0 ports, a side window, two 2.5-/3.5-inch drive bays, two (top-placed) 120 mm fans, plus support for one slim slot load optical drive and for one dual-slot graphics card up to 267 mm long.

The Hadron Air is backed by a three-year warranty and costs $189.99.

EVGA GeForce GTX 770 4 GB Found Incompatible With EK-FC770 GTX

EK Water Blocks, Ljubljana based premium water cooling gear manufacturer, is issuing a note regarding changes in EK-FC770 GTX series water block compatibility list. It has come to our attention that EVGA GeForce GTX 770 graphics cards with 4GB of video memory are now incompatible with EK-FC770 GTX due to use of non-standard inductor coils, namely for the Vdd voltage regulation circuity. Force installing the water block on to the affected graphics card will result in dangerously warped circuit board and is as such deemed not safe for use (as shown on the photo below).

EVGA Announces the 600B Power Supply

With price and performance in mind, the EVGA 600B is the best value power supply for your next build on a budget. With 80 Plus Bronze standard, over 80% efficiency under typical loads, the EVGA 600B is a great choice. Combining 600W of continuous power and Single +12V High AMP rail design, gain maximum power and efficiency while staying protected with a series of over volt/over current protections all bundled into one.

Two New Custom PCB GeForce GTX 780 Water Blocks In The Works

EK Water Blocks, Ljubljana based premium water cooling gear manufacturer, is working on two new Full Cover water blocks for MSI- and EVGA customized PCB design NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 series graphics cards, namely for the upcoming MSI N780GTX Lightning and recently launched EVGA 780 GTX Classified (03G-P4-3788) graphics cards.

The upcoming EK-FC780 GTX Lightning is a Full Cover water block engineered in cooperation with MSI specifically for the upcoming flagship performance N780GTX Lightning GeForce GTX 780 graphics card. This product will directly cool the GPU, RAM as well as VRM (voltage regulation module) as water will flow directly over these critical areas thus allowing the graphics card and it's VRM to remain stable under high overclocks.
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