Nvidia's been on a rampage releasing new graphics cards over the last couple of months, one of those being the GeForce GTX 750. The reference blueprint for the GeForce GTX 750 part calls for 1GB of GDDR5 clocked at 5GHz (effective) on a 128-bit bus, and while EVGA offers such a SKU, it's now offering a couple of models with twice as much memory -- EVGA GeForce GTX 750 2GB and EVGA GeForce GTX 750 2GB Superclocked.
Both cards offer full support for Nvidia's G-Sync technology via DisplayPort. Those who opt for the Superclocked model will enjoy lower temps (5 degrees lower, according to EVGA) courtesy of a copper core insert. The Superclocked SKU also boasts faster clockspeeds -- 1215MHz base and 1294MHz boost versus 1020MHz and 1085MHz, respectively.
EVGA says both cards are coming soon. In the meantime, you can hit up their product pages and input your email address to be notified when they're in-stock. The GeForce GTX 750 2GB runs $130 and the Superclocked model goes for $140, each of which is priced $10 more than their 1GB equivalents.