EVGA today released its GeForce GTX 480 SuperClocked+ edition.
The GTX 480 SuperClocked+ is equipped with a backplate and a high airflow bracket which drive temperatures lower by 7 degrees (compared to the 'regular' SuperClocked version), even as the clocks themselves are set significantly higher than NVIDIA's base settings.
The card has its Fermi GF100 based GPU running at 726MHz, the 1536MB of GDDR5 VRAM set at 3800MHz and the shaders clocked at 1451MHz. The rest of the feature set is unchanged, with 480 cores, a memory interface of 384 bits, dual-DVI and HDMI outputs and, of course, support for 4-way SLI, DirectX 11, CUDA, PhysX and 3D Vision Surround.
For those interested in more numbers, the product can output maximum resolutions of 2048 x 1536 Max Analog, 2560 x 1600 Max Digital and refresh rates of up to 240Hz. The overall memory bandwidth is of 182.4 GB/s. Finally, EVGA has already set up the product page of its newest offspring and has given it a price tag of roughly $550.