eVGA releases superclocked 7900GT - 580/1580Mhz (reference 450/1320!)@ 2006/05/18
Designed for ExtremeHD gaming, the EVGA e-GeForce 7900 GT KO (or "Knock-Out") edition further improves on the already amazing performance of the 7900 GT by adding an innovative high-efficiency thermal solution featuring a copper heatsink and fan. Gamers will appreciate the higher clock speeds and improved performance made possible by this new and improved cooling solution exclusively from EVGA.
Furthermore, the e-GeForce 7900 GT KO has now been SUPERCLOCKED™ to run at our fastest clock speeds (2nd only to our exclusive Signature Series™). With a core clock speed of 580 MHz and 1580 MHz effective memory clock speed, we have managed to improve upon the e-GeForce 7900 GT KO's already amazing performance.
The entire EVGA e-GeForce 7900 product family is NVIDIA® SLI™-Ready, featuring dual-link DVI-I output connectors (dual dual-link TMDS) and two DVI-to-VGA adapters to support any combination of digital or analog high resolution displays up to 2560 x 1600 (WQXGA) with HDTV output.
The EVGA e-GeForce 7900 GT KO SUPERCLOCKED™ edition will be available in both standard and SuperClocked™ versions. Here are a few highlights:
• The memory is now covered by the innovative EVGA copper heatsink and fan, which allows for better cooling (6 degrees Celsius, on average).
• A hand-selected single NVIDIA GeForce 7900 GT 3D processor and 256MB of qualified high-performance DDR3 display memory.
• The board is EVTweaked™ to run at a 580MHz core clock and 1580MHz effective memory clock.
Products will be available starting May 16, 2006 through EVGA's worldwide distribution network.
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