Inno3D dropped its hat into the GeForce GTX 760 ring with three offerings, the NVIDIA reference-design base-model; the HerculeZ OC 2 GB; and the HerculeZ 2000 4 GB (pictured in that order). The base model is practically identical to NVIDIA's reference design, except its PCB is colored blue. It sticks to NVIDIA-reference clock speeds of 980 MHz core, 1033 MHz GPU Boost, and 6.00 GHz memory. This card will likely sell at the baseline price of $249.99. Moving on, the HerculeZ OC 2 GB uses a slightly compacted variant of the HerculeZ 2000 dual-fan cooler. It still gets you the easy-to-remove metal cooler shroud by turning a few thumb-screws, giving you access to the GPU heatsink underneath. This card features 2 GB of memory, and factory-overclocked speeds of 1006 MHz core and 1059 MHz GPU Boost, while leaving the memory clock untouched. This card could command a $10-20 premium. Lastly, there's the HerculeZ 2000 4 GB. This card features the same HerculeZ 2000 dual-fan cooler and PCB as the one found on Inno3D's GeForce GTX 770 OC graphics card. It offers the same clock speeds as the HerculeZ OC 2 GB, but with double the memory amount, at 4 GB. Given its memory amount and premium cooling, we won't be surprised if it pole-vaults the $300 mark.