A couple of weeks ago EVGA rolled out one of the most generous hardware warranties we’ve seen, and if that’s been enough to propel them into your own personal NVidia OEM of choice, then get your wallets ready. The company has officially introduced new Kepler hardware, the GeForce GTX 680 SC Signature and GeForce GTX 680 SC Signature+.
The Signature+ card features a 5 phase PWM design, 8-pin and 6-pin PCIe power connections (as opposed to stock models with just a pair of 6-pin plugs), and of course an overclocking bump. EVGA will push the signature+ base clock up by 78 Mhz , and 92 Mhz on the boost clock. The 2GB of on board GDDR5 will also see a 200 Mhz bump by default.
Both cards will feature 1536 CUDE Cores, a 256-bit memory interface, and all the other standard features such as PCI-E 3.0, SLI, and 3D vision support. The four display outputs consist of two DVI, one HDMI and a single DisplayPort.
We haven’t spotted these for sale just yet, however the Signature card will carry an MSRP of $529.99, while the Signature+ costs $549.99.