So above is the packaging and below you can see the EVGA GeForce GTX 680 Classified, the card is a 4GB model. We expect the product to retail well over 600 EUR and is tagged with an MSRP of $659.99 for the USA, we hope the price will drop a bit as that is an astounding amount of money for a single GPU based graphics card.
You can also spot the EVBot, an external box to control voltage on the card (or compatible EVGA motherboard). It costs 60 EUR here in the EU and is tagged at $99.99 on the VGA website.
The Classified card is 27 cm in length but also taller at almost 16 CM. Included in the bundle is a small manual, sleeved power connector converters, manuals, poster and a driver CD. Oh and one nifty looking card. The product comes with a three year warranty.
Alright, here we have the card showing off in a better perspective. The GTX 680 Classified is equipped with the GK104 GPU that harbors NVIDIA's Kepler architecture.
The GPU is placed on a fully customized PCB and has a 16 phase PWM design, and remember this model is tied to a massive 4096MB GDDR5 memory frame buffer. We'll show you this later on but there is also a BIOS switch on the side (LN2 mode disables some power protections for extreme overclocking).
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