Computex: EVGA Showcase GTX 770 Classified and ACX Graphics Cards
Ryan Martin / 4 years ago
It is certainly no secret that EVGA’s ACX cooler is now going to be pivotal to every enthusiast graphics card EVGA makes over the next few generations. At Computex EVGA have really been showcasing this cooling solution on the Nvidia GTX 770 showing off two variants, a “standard” GTX 770 ACX and a GTX 770 Classified Edition.
First up we can see the GTX 770 AC and as expected this uses the custom ACX cooler, has Nvidia features like GPU Boost 2.0 and 3 way SLI support. The card will be available in a FTW edition which has 2GB of GDDR5 VRAM and features TBA factory overclocked speeds. This is actually one of only 10 EVGA GTX 770 cards and you can see the rest here.
Up next is the GTX 770 Classified which as far as I can tell uses the same cooling solution as the GTX 780 Classified which we took a look at here.
On the card we find the EVGA classified branding emblazoned in red on the gold coloured metal trim.
Here at the top we can see a bit of the heatsink poking through and you can see just how dense the ACX cooler used on the Classified cards really is. The fin spacing is much smaller than on the non-Classified ACX coolers.
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