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Wednesday, 16 June 2010 11:41

EVGA announces another Geforce GTX 480

Written by Slobodan Simic


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EVGA Geforce GTX 480 SuperClocked+

EVGA has updated its Geforce GTX 480 series with yet another card, the GTX 480 SuperClocked+. In addition to the factory overclock the new SuperClocked+ also features a backplate and a different I/O bracket.

The new EVGA GTX 480 Superclocked+ is factory overclocked to 726MHz for the GPU, 1451MHz for Shaders and 3800MHz for 1536MB of GDDR5 memory. The noted backplate, as well as the high-airflow I/O bracket, makes this card up to 7 degrees cooler than the regular GTX 480 SuperClocked.

The new card still has 480 Cores, 384-bit memory interface and features two DVI and an HDMI output. It features support for Nvidia's PhysX, CUDA, 4-way SLI, 3D Vision Surround and, of course, support for DirectX 11.

The GTX 480 Superclocked+ is currently up for pre-order at EVGA's web site for US $549.99.

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