ELSA, a manufacturer known mainly in the Greater China and Japan regions, has announced its new GTX 760 SAC edition graphics card. SAC stands for Silent Air Cooling. The card is thus catered towards buyers who don't mind parting with a little more cash for a silent graphics card.
The cooler on the graphics card is based on that from Inno3D's iChill series. It features two 70 mm fans that cool an aluminum fin stack, which in its entirety, is covered by a large metal shroud.
ELSA's GTX 760 SAC features a core clock speed of 980 MHz, a Boost clock speed of 1033 MHz, and a stock 6.0 GHz effective memory speed.
Included with the card is a one-week subscription to ArcheAge, an MMORPG most well known in Korea. Supposedly though, the publisher XL Games aims to bring the game to the US around the beginning of 2014.
There has been no word on when the card will arrive on the market or what it would cost. Sadly, there is also little evidence to show that the card will be coming to the US.
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