The final touches have been made on eVGA's upcoming super duper version of NVIDIA's flagship single GPU graphics card, the "GTX 580 Classified" and it shouldn't be too long now before it starts to hit retail channels and make its way into enthusiasts, gamers and overclockers hands.
Photos have surfaced online that depict a very bold design in all. Using an over-sized PCB, it sports a 14+3 phase PWM, three PCIe (two 8-pin + one 6-pin) power connectors, a couple NEC Proadlizer capacitors, status LEDs for voltage and headers for advanced power monitoring, a dual BIOS and native 3-way and 4-way SLI support.
The heatsink/fan arrangement is of a typically solid construction, being dual-slot in stature with a single blower.
The GeForce GTX 580 Classified is said to be coming in both 1.5GB and 3GB versions.
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