Taking the release of factory overclocked parts in its stride, NVIDIA-loyal AIB, EVGA, is about to up the ante again.
With the GTX 260 Core 216 have been unleashed yesterday, TechConnect Magazine reports that EVGA is set to release a water-cooling compatible SKU based on NVIDIAs refreshed offering.
Shipping with 896 MB GDDR3 memory, core and memory clock speeds, respectively, stand at 648 MHz and 2106 MHz.
The water-cooling solution itself, goes under the name of the Hydro Copper 16 block, part of which lends its name to EVGA's branding for this SKU.
The GeForce GTX 260 Core 216 HC16 is that all important name and just shy of $500, is that all important price.
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