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EVGA 680 Classified Finally Launched and broken 2GHZ Barrier, making P16472 score overall in 3DMark 11

So after teasing the bunch of us for quite some time now, EVGA has gone ahead and launched probably the most anticipated custom 680 out there.

The thing is a beast with way better power delivery than the reference cards. Kingpin says that the cards will do 1400+ MHz easy on stock cooling. However its also priced like a beast, commanding more than a 30% premium over stock cards. The specs are listed below –

[quote]NVIDIA GTX 680
1536 CUDA Cores
1111 MHz GPU
1176MHz Boost Clock
Memory
4096 MB, 256 bit
6008 MHz (effective)
192.25 GB/s Memory Bandwidth
Interface
PCI-E 3.0 16x
DVI-I, DVI-D, HDMI, Display-Port
SLI Capable
Resolution & Refresh
240Hz Max Refresh Rate
2048×1536 Max Analog
2560×1600 Max Digital
Product Warranty
This product comes with a 3 year limited warranty. Registration is recommended

EVGA offers several warranty solutions for our customers to choose from. Please refer to the suffix of the part number and our warranty terms for details.

Operating System Support
Windows 7 32/64bit, Windows Vista 32/64bit, Windows XP 32/64bit

Requirements
Minimum of a 550 Watt power supply.
(Minimum recommended power supply with +12 Volt current rating of 18 Amps.)
Two available 8-pin PCI-E power connectors[/quote]

Source : Evga

[quote]….1440mhz using stock air cooler and enhanced voltage, with more volts and beefier pwm, most kepler gpus are 1400 capable…[/quote]

Source :  Kingpincooling

Edit : The EVGA classified Edition has broken the 2GHz barrier. It was pushed to 2002MHz by Vince “k|ngp|n” Lucido using a core voltage of 1.212V and lots of LN2.

[quote]Card was overclocked to 2002 MHz with a voltage of 1.212. Although GPU-Z shows different clocks, we have a prove of EVGA’s Precision X overclocking utility readings. With such clocks card has reached unimaginable 16472 points in 3DMark11 in Performance Preset. For this particular test he used Intel I7-3960X @ 5.5GHz and 16GB of GDDR5 memory. Card was cooled by Tek-9 custom designed coolant containers, which were made for LN2 cooling. He did not post any pictures of the voltage-mods that were made to this card yet.

Detailed results:

  • Overall Score: P16472
  • Graphics Score: 16680
  • Physics Score: 19035
  • Combined Score: 12715

Detailed PC configuration

  • EVGA X79 CLASSIFIED + 3960X / 3930K DRAGON F1 DARK LN2 COOLED
  • EVGA CLASSIFIED GTX680 QUAD SLI TEK-9 SLIM LN2 COOLED
  • GSKILL RIPJAWS-Z 16GB @1250mhz
  • EVGA CLASSIFIED NEX 1500W PSU

[/quote]

Source : VideoCardz

3D Mark Link : Here

Picture of the card at 2002MHz : Here (Courtesy Tech Power Up)

HWBot Submission : Here

k|ngp|n on Mods done : Here

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