EVGA has expanded its line of GTX 680 cards with two new models, the GTX 680 FTW and GTX 680 TW 4 GB. As usual, the 'For the Win' cards are overclocked quite a bit. A so-called 'Vapor Chamber' cooler is used to keep the cards cool.
The regular GTX 680 FTW features 1,536 CUDA cores and 2048 MB of GDDR5 memory, on a 256-bit interface. While a reference GTX 680 runs at 1006 MHz, this model has a core clock frequency of 1110 MHz. The boost clock speed is increased from 1058 MHz to 1176 MHz and the memory is clocked at 6208 MHz, a 200 MHz overclock. The card is equipped with 8-pin and 6-pin PEG connectors and an 8-phase PWM design.
The second FTW model is the GTX 680 FTW 4 GB. As the name suggests, the card has no less than 4096 MB of GDDR5 memory. Like the other FTW card, the 4 GB version has an 1176 MHz core clock. The memory runs at the reference GTX 680 speed of 6008 MHz. Apart from the 8-pin and 6-pin PEG connectors and 8-phase PWM design, this card also has a backplate to provide additional cooling.
EVGA has specified a recommended price of $569.99 for the GTX 680 FTW and $629.99 for the 4 GB version. UK prices are unknown.