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EVGA Teases GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC2 Hybrid

EVGA is innovating a "Hybrid" version of its iCX cooling solution, which combines the best of air cooling with an all-in-one liquid cooling loop; and one of its first implementations will be the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC2 Hybrid, pictured below. As with the air-cooled SC2 with iCX, this card will feature 9 thermal sensors on the PCB. The cooler features an AIO liquid cooling pump-block over the GPU and a base-plate. The base-plate runs over the memory and VRM, and is ventilated by a 90 mm fan. Given its SC2 (SuperClocked 2) brand extension, this card could come with the same factory-overclock profile as the air-cooled GTX 1080 Ti SC2, with 1556/1670/11011 MHz (core/GPU Boost/memory effective); but with higher overclocking headroom thanks to the more effective cooler. The company didn't reveal availability or pricing.

EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 SuperClocked Pictured

Here are the first pictures of EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 SC (SuperClocked) graphics card, featuring the company's new ACX 3.0 cooling solution. EVGA is apparently using NVIDIA reference PCB on some of its more affordable GTX 1080 custom-design SKUs, which draws power from a single 8-pin PCIe power connector. The new ACX 3.0 cooler loses the all matte black color scheme for a mostly brushed aluminium look, with a white LED lit badge taking up most of its top. Underneath is an aluminium fin-stack heatsink, ventilated by a pair of fans. You also get a groovy back-plate to go with it. The clock speeds are not known. NVIDIA's add-in card (AIC) partners are expected to launch their custom-design GTX 1080 graphics cards very soon.

Source: HotHardware

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 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's GeForce GTX 760 Lineup Detailed

EVGA's GeForce GTX 760 graphics card lineup will have no less than six models, based on three of its own cooler designs. The company even plans to take advantage of the leeway NVIDIA appears to have given its partners, to come up with custom-design GTX 760 graphics cards, in a bid to close the performance gap between the $249-$299 GTX 760, and the $399 GTX 770. EVGA's GTX 760 lineup starts off with a base-model, which uses its new ACX cooling solution that made its debut with this generation. This card will stick to NVIDIA reference clock speeds of 980 MHz core, 1033 MHz GPU Boost, and 6.00 GHz memory, and feature 2 GB of memory. EVGA is working on a 4 GB GTX 760, which sticks to reference clock speeds, but features the company's blower-type Signature cooler from previous generation.

Moving on, EVGA will deploy its latest ACX cooling solution on the GTX 760 SuperClocked. Armed with 2 GB of memory, this card gives you factory-overclocked speeds of 1072 MHz core, 1137 MHz GPU Boost, and an untouched 6.00 GHz memory. A few steps up the ladder, you'll find the GTX 760 FTW 2 GB, which uses the same blower-type previous-generation Signature cooler as the GTX 760 4 GB, but with 1085 MHz core, 1150 MHz GPU Boost, and 6.00 GHz memory. Another card with the same clock speeds is the GTX 760 FTW SuperClocked. This strangelet uses a different high-performance blower-type cooler, which made its debut with EVGA's custom-design GTX 780 graphics cards. At the top of the pile is the GTX 760 4 GB FTW, armed with double the memory amount, ACX cooling, and the same clock speeds as the other FTW cards. Given the $249-$299 positioning of the GTX 760, we're skeptical about EVGA launching water-cooling ready HydroCopper cards based on the chip. The cards are pictured below in the order of their mention, in the article.

Source: VideoCardz

EVGA Undertakes Mini Recall Of GeForce GTX 670 SC, Owners To Get FTW as Replacements

EVGA is said to have isolated a small batch of GeForce GTX 670 SC (SuperClocked), model# 02G-P3-2672-KR graphics cards, which were not properly screened through Quality Assurance (QA). The company worked with its partners to get these cards re-tested through the QA, which concluded that the GTX 670 SC is a well-designed product. EVGA assured current owners of the part in question, that should they notice issues with their products, they should get in touch with EVGA's Jacob Freeman (jacobf[at]evga[dot]com), who will assist in setting up an RMA. Further, EVGA assured that in such cases, the returned GTX 670 SC will be replaced with a faster GTX 670 FTW Edition.

Source: Hard|OCP

EVGA Launches a Trio of GeForce GTX 670 Graphics Cards

EVGA introduced a trio of GeForce GTX 670 graphics cards, including a base model, a SuperClocked model, and a FTW (for the win) model. The base and SuperClocked models are further available in 2 GB and 4 GB variants. The base model sticks to NVIDIA reference clock speeds of 915/980/6008 MHz (core/boost/memory effective), the SuperClocked model offers 967/1046 MHz (core/boost), and FTW ups that to 1006/1084 MHz. The base and SuperClocked models utilize an EVGA-designed cooling solution and PCB, which closely resemble NVIDIA reference design; while the FTW model carries over the cooler and PCB from GeForce GTX 680, coupled with a high-flow bracket. The base model 2 GB and 4 GB are priced at US $399 and $469, respectively; the SuperClocked 2 GB and 4 GB go for $419 and $489, respectively; while the FTW 2 GB goes for $439.

EVGA Dual-Fan Signature 2 GeForce GTX 680 Cooling Solution Pictured

EVGA kicked off its GeForce GTX 680 lineup with a bang. On its launch, EVGA showed off its first "Signature" cooling solution. That particular cooler is similar in design to NVIDIA's cooling solution (lateral-flow through aluminum channels). We're getting to know of yet another of EVGA's non-reference cooler designs for the GeForce GTX 680, the dual-fan Signature 2 cooler. Pictured below (still in its CGI form), the cooler uses two 80 mm fans that guide air through a complex heatsink below. The fans will spin at lower speeds to achieve similar/higher air-flow than the lateral-blower featured on other designs, and hence could end up being quieter. This cooler features on EVGA GeForce GTX 680 SuperClocked Signature 2.

EVGA GeForce GTX 680 Superclocked Made Official

Only teased last week, EVGA's factory-overclocked GeForce GTX 680s are becoming a reality, with the first one to get make it out being the GTX 680 SuperClocked. The SC model is based around NVIDIA's reference design but has a base clock of 1058 MHz (1006 MHz stock), a boost clock of 1113 MHz (1058 MHz), and a memory frequency of 6208 MHz (6008 MHz).

The GeForce GTX 680 SC also packs 1536 CUDA Cores, a 256-bit memory interface, 2 GB of GDDR5 VRAM, a PCI-Express 3.0 bus interface, 3D Vision Surround and SLI support, and dual-DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort outputs.

The 'vanilla' GTX 680 SuperClocked costs $519.99 while its backplate-equipped sibling goes for $529.99. Both should become available very, very soon.
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