EVGA has posted a new picture of their upcoming GeForce GTX 780 Ti Classified K|NGP|N Edition graphics card. This picture unlike the others that have been released shows the card in its full glory. The GeForce GTX 780 Ti Classified K|NGP|N Edition is being prepared by EVGA in collaboration with the companies in-house overclocker Kingpin who has broken past 1900 MHz with the card on LN2 cooling!
Looking at the picture and other teaser shots we can see that EVGA has gone with a translucent shroud which means you can actually see the heatsink below. The card makes use of EVGA’s ACX cooling system and there are carbon fiber accents on the shroud as well.
Talking about power we do not have information on the VRM design, but we do know that the card is being fed by an 8+8+6 pin power configuration. That is some serious power! The card will also feature an EVBOT connector that will allow overclockers and enthusiasts to tune the card as they seem fit.
The card was overclocked to 1900 MHz by Kingpin and was stability tested with a run of 3DMark FireStrike. He is currently not allowed to post these results, but we should see them very soon. The overclock was achieved without and modification to the card and the PCB has enough power to support it.
The card should hit retail sometime in January.
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