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Judging by a sneak Computex preview, EVGA‘s intentions for the upcoming GTX 680 Classified graphics card are not a thorny mystery. With an optional water-cooling block and voltage control inputs, there’s plenty here to seduce the hardcore modder. The company isn’t talking numbers just yet, but if terms like “14-phase power design” whet your appetite, then you’re in luck. In any case, like its other Classified mates, it’s apt to be the company’s top GeForce GTX 680 performer. So, if you’re plugging in the pumps and hoses for that next mod, you might want to leave a slot — or four — open for this one.
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Motherboards sporting Intel’s X79 chipset are finally starting to make a decent dent in the marketplace and, after showing off a pair of options at IDF, MSI is back with a model for the serious builders out there. The Big Bang-XPower II comes packing the features you’d expect of any gamer-friendly MoBo, including four-way SLI and CrossFire support, PCIe 3.0, eight DDR3 slots and plenty of extra power connectors for hooking up your high-powered parts. And the company is taking care of overclockers too with military grade components and features like Direct OC, which lets you tweak your CPU’s frequency with the push of a button. Check out the PR after the break and hit up the source for a few more pics.
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Just in time for the holidays AMD is fleshing out its lineup of Fusion A-Series APUs. The chips, which only got official in June, already saw their laptop-loving Llanos get a minor spec bump. Now their desktop brethren are catching up. The two stars, though, are clearly the A6-3670K and A8-3870K, which feature unlocked CPU and GPU clocks for the avid overclockers out there. Both are 100W quad-core parts with 600MHz Radeon graphics cores, but the A8 runs its CPU at 3GHz while the A6 starts at a more modest 2.7GHz. The 3870K also has the edge in GPU cores — packing a grand total of 400 to the 3670K’s 320. Head on after the break for the complete PR and all the nitty gritty details of the latest AMD APUs.