Check this out. I've been Googling and researching the elusive 980Ti every day for weeks hoping to find out more concrete evidence of it's existence and a release date. I've also been Googling the EVGA 980 Classified which according to my research is the highest overclocked 980 available @ 1291 MHz Core and 1393 MHz Boost. The 980 Classified has been out of stock at both NewEgg and on EVGA's site..... UNTIL TODAY. I did my daily search this afternoon and it's now in stock at both NewEgg and EVGA for $699. I noticed that there are two 980 Classifieds listed at NewEgg, the old one that's been out of stock has a manufacturer part# of 04G-P4-2988-KR while the new one that's now in stock has a part# of 04G-3988-KR which I find odd. In fact, all of the 980's listed on EVGA's site had "2XXX" part numbers except this new Classified that just became in stock. If this was the EXACT same card as the previous ones, why would the part number change? Does this new part number mean they've changed or revised something? So anyway, I'm psyched. It's unfortunately going to take 4-5 days to get to me and I can't freakin' wait! I just hope I don't regret this purchase by them coming out with some crazy fast better card in a week.... because that would suck.
Older out of stock 980 Classified with "2988" part number: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814487080
Newer in stock 980 Classified with "3988" part number: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814487084&cm_re=3988-KR-_-14-487-084-_-Product
Article on EVGA's site about KingPin breaking records with this card. http://www.evga.com/articles/00885/EVGA-and-Kingpin-Dominate-The-3DMark-Leaderboards/