We mantioned this in our review a couple of time salready, but there will be 4GB versions of thee GeForce GTX 680. Gainward is the first to make mention that they are working on a 4 GB variant.
Actuallty Swedish retailer Komplett.se has already listed it for 5,995 Kronor (US $878.7), considering it is a pre-order price I doubt the final price wwill be that high though. The card is furthermore the same as the 2GB model, below a photo.
Gainward GeForce GTX 570 Phantom gets photographed - 12/21/2010 12:38 PM
The bro's over at TechPowerUp found some photos of Gainward's GeForce GTX 570 Phantom. This new graphics card features a custom cooling solution with six heatpipes and a large, black aluminium fin arr...
Gainward GTX 460 with 2GB memory - 07/31/2010 11:27 AM
Quite pointless is what this is really, Gainward is releasing a GeForce GTX 460 with a 2GB framebuffer. As stated the card comes with a full
Gainward moving back to NVIDIA - 05/28/2009 02:12 AM
It was merely a year ago when Gainward announced to jump ship from NVIDIA's exclusive ship and sell ATI cards as well. Rumors now state that Gainward soon will announce they'll go back to NVIDIA only,...
Gainward goes ATI - 06/27/2008 07:53 AM
I heard about this rumor earlier this week already, yet yesterday an NVIDIA board-partner showed me some proof. It seems that Gainward doesn't like to be forced to sell NVIDIA solely. And why should ...