The Superclocked GTX 680 from EVGA features a GPU base clock of 1058MHz, 1536 Cuda Cores, 2GB of 256bit GDDR5 memory, 4 way SLI support, as well as a PCI-E 3.0 interface. The card can handle up to four monitors simultaneously and includes a 3 year warranty. The specific version is Superclocked which means it sports higher clock speeds. EVGA offers many online services with the purchase of this card to interact with other users and to find information. The GTX 680 is also 3D Vision and PhysX ready. EVGA recommends a 550 watt power supply at minimum to run the card with adequate power. Packaged in the box is a user guide, quick start guide, two large EVGA stickers, a driver installation DVD, which you shouldn’t be using, and a very nice looking case sticker. EVGA also includes a full size poster . This card is based off of a reference design and standard cooling assembly with a length of 10 inches. The connection types available are two DVI, an HDMI, and a Display Port. As previously mentioned, the GTX 680 supports up to 4 way SLI. EVGA has also kept the stacked dual 6-pin power connector setup which could cause some hassle during installation.
EVGA GeForce GTX 680
by Bryan | Sep 11, 2012 | Graphics Cards, Hardware | 0 comments