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Friday, 04 May 2012 13:14

EVGA launches its own GTX 690 graphics cards

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Special Edition card coming


Following the GTX 690 launch yesterday, EVGA has announced its own lineup based on this dual-GPU beast, including standard EVGA GTX 690, a Signature Edition card as well as a hint that a special model is also in the works.

Both the standard and the Signature Edition share the same specs including a total of 3072 CUDA cores, 915MHz base and 1019MHz boost clocks and a total 4GB of GDDR5 (2GB per GPU) memory clocked at 6008MHz and paired up with a 256-bit memory interface for each GPU.

As expected considering that Nvidia certainly made quite an effort in designing this graphics card, the Signature Edition doesn't change anything but throws in a special bundle that includes limited edition EVGA gaming poster, GTX 690 Signature t-shirt and EVGA 690 signature mousepad.

On its GTX 690 product page, EVGA also hinted that there is a some sort of "special edition" coming and we must say that we are certainly looking forward to it, although Nvidia was pretty keen on saying that we won't see that many custom cards.

The plain version is currently listed at EVGA's web shop for US $999.99 while the Signature Edition goes for US $1049.99. You can check out the EVGA product page here.

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