ELSA Releases Gladiac GeForce GTX 680

Published: Apr 6th 2012, 05:45 GMT

ELSA Releases Gladiac GeForce GTX 680
ELSA, a company from Japan (part of German ELSA AG), has released reference-looking GeForce GTX 680. ELSA is known for graphics cards for professionals and their NVIDIA GLADIAC and ATI FALCOX Series (yes, they actually call them ATI…).

It took ELSA two weeks to release their flagship model with NVIDIA GPU. Since this model is based on reference PCB and cooling it comes with standard clocks of 1006MHz for base clock, 1056MHz for boost clock and 1502 MHz for memory. If you are a true fan of ELSA then you should prepare at least $787 (that the price in US Dollars after conversion from 64,800 JPY). Why is this card so expensive? Because most the the products in Japan have higher prices, for instance other AIC vendors sell GTX 680 for $690 (that the lowest price).

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