EVGA GTX 760 Lineup Revealed, Six Cards Coming
Ryan Martin / 4 years ago
A report by VideoCardz.com has just detailed EVGA’s entire GTX 760 line up and there are actually a staggering six cards being prepared for this new mid range Nvidia graphics card. First up is the “normal” EVGA GTX 760 2GB graphics card which uses the ACX cooler. This will be a Nvidia reference specification graphics card so it is nothing out of the ordinary except the ACX cooler.
Next up is EVGA GTX 760 2GB SuperClocked card which uses the ACX cooler too. This is factory overclocked to 1072MHz, 1137MHz GPU boost and the memory remains at a 6GHz stock.
Next up is the EVGA GTX 760 FTW 2GB graphics card which uses an EVGA blower style cooler like we saw on most EVGA cards before they introduced the ACX cooler. This is overclocked to 1085MHz core, 1150MHz boost and the memory is 6GHz stock.
Then we have the EVGA GTX 760 2GB FTW SuperClocked graphics card with a rather different to previous generation EVGA blower coolers. This graphics card is overclocked with 1085MHz core, 1150MHz boost and 6GHz memory.
The we have the EVGA GTX 760 4GB FTW which has double the stock amount of memory and uses similar clocks of 1085MHz core, 1150MHz boost and 6GHz memory.
Finally we have the “normal” EVGA GTX 760 4GB graphics card. This is essentially a reference Nvidia spec card but with double the memory and EVGA’s blower style cooler.
Images courtesy of Videocardz.com