EVGA has announced that it is expanding its lineup of GTX 780 graphics cards, which because the GTX 780 has been on the market for quite a while now, may come as a surprise. Fortunately, the change that's incoming is actually a rather notable one – namely that the company is building 6 GB variants of the GTX 780 card.
The cards will come in a number of different versions, including a model with Nvidia's NVTTM cooler, as well as a model with EVGA's own ACX cooler.
Beyond the doubled frame buffer, these graphics cards won't feature any further changes.
EVGA has also announced that it will be running its "90-day Step-Up" program. The idea behind this program is that if you bought your current EVGA-made graphics card within 90 days of the step-up program starting, you can upgrade your card to a GTX 780 6 GB by trading in your 'old' card.
Pricing of the 6 GB GTX 780 cards will start at $550, with availability scheduled for somewhere in the next few weeks.
We can also expect to see 6 GB variants of the GTX 780 Ti arrive soon, though it isn't clear yet when those are coming.