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Wednesday, 11 April 2012 09:54

Gainward working on GTX 680 with 4GB of memory

Written by Slobodan Simic

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With Phantom cooler


A single listing in Sweden has revealed that Gainward is apparently working on a 4GB version of its flagship graphics card, the Gainward GTX 680 Phantom.

There has already been a couple of news posts and announcements regarding 4GB version of the GTX 680 and it is now clear that most, if not all partners will have such cards. This early listing of the Gainward GTX 680 Phantom 4GB shows that these cards might be just around the corner. Gainward's listed GTX 680 Phantom 4GB looks identical to the 2GB version that we already had a chance to preview here. Since there is no picture of the back of the card we guess that additional 2GB of memory is placed there and probably paired up with some sort of backplate.

Since we are talking about an early listing here it is no wonder that the price at Komplett.se is set at around US $880 when converted from Swedish Kronor. Additonal 2GB of memory will bring the price up and we guess it could end up to be just a bit over HD 7970.

You can check out the listing here. (via Techpowerup)

 

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