EVGA has released the Geforce GTX 580 3072MB Hydro Copper 2. Essentially, it is the big brother of the EVGA GeForce GTX 580 FTW Hydro Copper 2 with twice the amount of memory (1536MB vs 3072MB) but…
EVGA has had a P67-based motherboard sitting around its site for quite some time already, but it appears that hardware enthusiasts may soon get to play with yet another P67-based motherboard from the likes of the aforementioned company. Apparently, an image of a new EVGA motherboard sporting a red and black colour scheme has been
Remember the much rumoured dual-GF104 cards from way back in May 2010? After several unreleased prototypes, EVGA has finally taken the step of announcing the first retail dual-GF104 card, the EVGA GTX 460 2Win. To put it simply, the GTX 460 2Win puts two GTX 460 GF104 1GB on one PCB. EVGA goes an extra
Along with the P67 Classified and P67 SLI, EVGA has revealed the last of its P67 lineup for LGA1155 (Sandy Bridge) – the P67 Micro-ATX board.
G.Skill has launched the Ultimate Workstation Memory Kit exclusively for the EVGA Classified Super Record 2 (SR-2) motherboard: a whopping 48GB of memory at 1900MHz CL8, consisting of 12 hand-picked and hand-tested DIMMs.
EVGA is well known for their extreme motherboards and strong graphics card lineup. We paid EVGA a visit at Grand Hyatt Taipei Hotel to find out what they have in store for enthusiasts currently, as well as the near future.
California based EVGA has started selling its Hydro Copper water-blocks for GeForce GTX 470. More details…
It’s mid-week now, the 14th of April, two days since NVIDIA’s troubled GeForce GTX 470 and GeForce GTX 480 cards were set to be available. There’s more stock flowing in to Sim Lim Square, Singapore’s favourite tech haunt. Gigabyte was first on the 12th, and now we have EVGA’s GeForce GTX 470 and 480, as
Last year, EVGA had released 4-way SLI X58 Classified motherboards and special Classified GTX 285 cards to make 4-way SLI on GTX 285 a reality. Unlike the GTX 285, however, the GTX 480 does not require special edition Classified cards. The reference GTX 480 is compatible with the 4-way SLI Classified X58 motherboards. More next
We decided to visit EVGA’s Taipei office to see where all the bright ideas that went into the Classified SR-2 mainboard had come from. Brief tour of the Research & Developent departments inside.
EVGA has unveiled its GeForce GTX 480 and GTX 470 Hydro Copper FTW cards, claiming to drastically reduce operation temperatures twofold. Read more…
In a recent youtube video, “Shamino” demonstrated a new version of EVGA’s E-LEET software offering users the ability to hotkey between affinity settings. This will be a boon for users who have the latest multicore desktop computers running back-dated, single or dual threaded software.
HardwareCanucks has reported that EVGA is rumored to release a new software for stress testing and benchmarking graphic cards. Read more…
EVGA is preparing to launch a new high-end motherboard at CES 2010 next week, targeting hardcore overclockers and enthusiasts. More details next page…
EVGA EVBot Overclocking Tool Overclockers rejoice! EVGA has launched the EVBot Overclocking Tool, a Plug and Play device that allows enthusiasts to push their systems to the limit easily. Read more…
Remember the mysterious “new” dual-GPU from EVGA/Nvidia? It is here, and there are no surprises. It is a combination of GTX 275 as the “GPU” and a GTS 250 as the PhysX Processor, “PPU”. More next page.
EVGA have announced what looks like an exciting launch for a new dual-GPU Nvidia card. The launch date is set to 30th October, so that pretty much rules out a Fermi dual GPU board (barring true miracles). There’s a riddle, which should hint what this “new” dual-GPU card is all about. Bright Side of News
EVGA has gone official with its recent announcment that it will bring Nvidia Geforce GTX 285 for Mac Pros, which is a pleasant appeal to Mac Pro owners looking for maximum 3D graphics performance out of their systems.
We paid a visit to the EVGA hideout at Grand Hyatt Taipei and checked out some of the upcoming boards based on the Intel P55 chipset. Also, we spotted a single PCB GeForce GTX295 card with Hydro Cool water block.
This is a Run-Through of the EVGA X58 SLI Classified 760, focusing on Overclocking, Features, Daily usage, instead of clock to clock performance analysis. This version of the Classified does not come with Nvidia’s NF200 chip and should be released around this time.