A report from VideoCardz.com indicates that EVGA is preparing at least six GTX 760 graphics cards.
It appears that EVGA is preparing a grand total of at least six GTX 760 graphics cards, all of them quite impressive. There will be a number of differences between the cards -- there will be 4 GB versions, overclocked versions and versions with the ACX cooler. So without further ado, enjoy the table below:
|Model||Base Clock||Boost Clock||Memory Size||Memory Clock|
|GTX 760 4GB||980 MHz||1033 MHz||4 GB||6.00 GHz|
|GTX 760 ACX ||980 MHz||1033 MHz||2 GB||6.00 GHz|
|GTX 760 Superclocked ACX ||1072 MHz||1137 MHz||2 GB||6.00 GHz|
|GTX 760 FTW 2GB||1085 MHz||1150 MHz||2 GB||6.00 GHz|
|GTX 760 FTW 4GB ACX||1085 MHz||1150 MHz||4 GB||6.00 GHz|
|GTX 760 FTW Superclocked 2GB||?||?||2 GB||6.00 GHz|
All of the cards feature two DVI outputs, one HDMI output and one DisplayPort output. They are also all 241 mm long and 111.15 mm high.
Image Source: VideoCardz.comReportedly, Nvidia is planning to launch the cards on June 25, early next week. Presumably, at least a couple of these EVGA cards will be joining the launch.