Asus’ recently-introduced ROG Matrix GTX 580 graphics card is about to get some serious competition from EVGA who’s preparing the release of its own highly-customized and overclocking-craving GeForce GTX 580 model.
Known as GeForce GTX 580 Classified, EVGA’s incoming card features an ‘expansive’ PCB (it’s taller than normal to accommodate extra, high-end components), a dual-slot, single-fan cooler to match, and, as the images below reveal, it includes an upgraded power circuit to allow for mo’ watts and higher clocks, voltage status LEDs, dual BIOS, headers allowing for advanced power monitoring and no less than three PCIe power connectors – two 8-pin and one 6-pin (the latter may be soley focused on memory).
The GeForce GTX 580 Classified also boasts two SLI connectors, two DVI outputs,a third connector of yet undetermined origin, 512 CUDA Cores, and a 384-bit memory interface. The GPU, shader and memory clocks are yet unknown. As is the card’s price tag. Stay tune for more info.
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