EVGA GeForce GTX 680 Hydro Copper comes with factory-overclocked clocks. Core clock was set to 1150 MHz for base and 1215 MHz for boost. Memory clocks were also raised to 1575 MHz (1.5GHz reference). Overclocked memory has higher bandwidth of 201.6 GB/s. Hydro Copper water block can reduce a whole temperature of card by 50%. Card is equipped with special adapters for SLI and 3-way SLI connection of stacked cards. Water block is swappable for Inlet/Outlet and is covering whole card. It is designed for .25mm .35mm pin matrix to increase thermal transfer.
Card comes with 5 Phase VRM. It requires wider 8-pin power connector with additional 6-pin. But in comparison to other modified variants of GTX 680 cards, this model has stacked power connectors.
You can order your own EVGA’s water block separately for $160. Or purchase whole card with water block preinstalled for $700.