Gigabyte showcases SuperOverclock VRM boards for GPUs

Posted on Monday, Jun 02 2014 @ 15:12 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
TPU got to see Gigabyte's new range of auxiliary SuperOverclock VRM boards for graphics cards. Designed for professional overclockers, these cards have to be manually soldered onto your graphics card.
The card features a high-current power stage, which draws power from five 8-pin PCIe power connectors. The power stage is actively cooled by a fan-heatsink. While your GPU may never need that much power, it makes near darn sure that it doesn't suffer from voltage droop, which destabilizes your record-seeking OC.
Gigabyte SuperOverclock VRM Boards for video cards

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