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Wednesday, 23 May 2012 13:15

Point of View/TGT launches GTX 680 Ultracharged

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Ultracharged to 1176 Boost clock


Point of View and its TGT overclocking team have now officially launched their latest Ultracharged graphics card, the POV/TGT Geforce GTX 680 Ultracharged.

Paired up with a triple-slot, triple-fan, cooler already seen on Point of View GTX 680 EXO graphics cards, the new GTX 680 Ultracharged is factory overclocked to 1110MHz for base and 1176MHz for Boost clock. Thanks to hand picked chips and 8+6-pin PCI-e power connectors, the card will reach up to 1228MHz with auto-boost overclock, something that we found out in our review.

Our own Sanjin Rados had a chance to play around with this graphics card and you can check out the entire review here.

The suggested retail/e-tail price is set at €570 but as retailers/e-tailers always charge their own premium you can currently find it for as low as €590. You can check out listings here.

 


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