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eVGA adds tricked up GTX 480 SuperClocked+ to line-up

And makes some amendments to NVIDIA's ref. cooler
By: Steve Dougherty | Video Cards News | Posted: Jun 16, 2010 11:36 am

eVGA is now listing its tricked up GTX 480 SuperClocked+ graphics card for pre-order which has quite a bit extra on tap beyond NVIDIA's reference design.




Of course, everyone would be quick to assume it comes factory overclocked, but eVGA also spent a lot of time investigating the stock cooling solution and made some improvements to it with the addition of a backplate and high airflow bracket. eVGA claims you'll see temps of up to 7c cooler versus their regular GTX 480 SC model.




Clock rates on this model take a boost north to 726MHz, 1451MHz and 3800MHz on the core, shader and memory clocks, respectively. eVGA is advertising the card for pre-order at an MSRP of $549.99 USD now.



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