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EVGA GTX 580 Classified custom-design card unveiled

Posted on Wednesday, July 06 2011 @ 23:01:43 CEST by


Bright Side of News published photos of EVGA's upcoming GeForce GTX 580 Classified, a new model that can handle a whopping 450W.
The gem lies in the power circuitry - GTX 580 Classified can provide the GPU and RAM more power than anybody on the market, with EVGA's famous 3-power connector setup: 150W (8-Pin), 150W (8-Pin), 75W (6-Pin) and 75/150W (x16 PCIe Slot).

Yes, a single graphics card can take 450 Watts of power while conforming to the PCIe and ATX power regulations, no overvolting. With overvolting, the board could probably take about 600 Watts, which sounds like a sheer lunacy (and we're quite mad ourselves).




 



 

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