It seems that GeForce GTX590 card is getting more and more popularity, with lots of computer manufacturers now are using the cards as the part of their production. EVGA also launched two models of their new products using the GeForce GTX 590 card. Both come with factory overclock system to make sure they’re on top of the game. One model is based on the model – reference model, to be exact – while the other swaps the stock cooler for a sexy copper waterblock.
Both models are known with the names GeForce GTX590 classified (air-cooled) and GeForce GTX 590 Classified Hydro Copper (water-cooled). The new EVGA graphic cards boasts 1024 CUDA Cores, 3GB of GDDR5 VRAM set at 3456 MHz (3414 MHz), two GF110 GPUs clocked at 630 MHz (607 MHz), a 2 x 384-bit memory interface, a shader frequency of 1260 MHz (1215 MHz), SLI support, and one mini DisplayPort, plus three DVI outputs. The EVGA GeForce GTX590 classified priced at $730 while the Classified Hydro Copper model priced at $880.