With NVIDIA’s announcement of the GeForce GTX 780 Ti today many of their partners are also announcing custom GTX 780 Ti models. Once such company is EVGA which has announced two different “Superclocked” GTX 780 Ti models. These both of course feature factory overclocks to give you even more performance. Let’s first start with the EVGA GTX 780 Ti Superclocked.
As you can see this card looks much like the reference designed GTX 780 Ti, but the card is overclocked. For comparison the reference GTX 780 Ti has clock speeds of 875 MHz core and 928 MHz GPU boost. The EVGA GTX 780 Ti Superclocked has speeds of 980 MHz core and 1046 MHz GPU boost. The memory remains the same 7 GHz as the reference and EVGA is also using the same reference cooling design.
The second Superclocked card is the EVGA GTX 780 Ti w/ EBGA ACX Cooler. This card as the same suggests features EVGA’s own ACX cooling solution.
The ACX cooler features dual cooling fans that sit atop of a large heatsink stack with multiple heatpipes. This cooling solution is not only supposed to provide better cooling but also be more efficient. Because of this EVGA was able to clock this card even higher. It is set at 1006 MHz core and 1072 MHz GPU boost. Again the memory stays at 7GHz.
No word yet on pricing on these two cards just yet, but expect them to have a premium over reference GTX 780 Ti models.
Source: EVGA | News Archive