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.
Reportedly, 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.