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.