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ELSA has revealed their GTX 980 GPU

ELSA has revealed their GTX 980 GPU

ELSA has revealed their GTX 980 GPU

ELSA has revealed their GTX 980 GPU

 

Japanese manufacturer ELSA has revealed its custom designed Nvidia GTX 980 SAC (Silent Air Cooling) Graphics card.

This GPU uses a dual-75mm-fan cooling design which sits on top of an aluminium fin-stack heatsink that is is fed by a number of copper heat pipes. The board is a reference design under the cooler using 2 6-pin power connectors for power. The GPU runs with a moderate overclock of 26 and 37 MHz for the base and boost clocks respectively with the memory running at stock speeds. 

 

ELSA has revealed their GTX 980 GPU  

This card is pretty much you standard GTX 980, based on the 28 nm GM204, Maxwell, silicon with 2,048 CUDA cores, 128 TMUs, 64 ROPs, and a 256-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface and 4 GB GDDR5 memory. The display outputs are the usual three DisplayPorts, one HDMI 2.0 and a single dual-link DVI of Nvidia's reference design.

ELSA GeForce GTX 980 4GB S.A.C will be available in Japan starting from November 1st.  We do not know at this time whether ELSA is planning to sell this card in other territories.

 

Join the discussion on ELSA's GTX 980 on the OC3D Forums.

 

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27-10-2014, 14:47:49

Feronix
Might be PhotoShopped but if that is an actual black PCI bracket they get a round of applause from me for being the only ones to get it right.Quote

27-10-2014, 15:00:54

MadShadow
Do you wanna build a snowmaaaanQuote

27-10-2014, 15:06:35

remember300
haha no but i will bring batou out of retirement (GITS SAC) lol
Nice black pcb too Quote

27-10-2014, 15:06:45

WYP
Quote:
Originally Posted by MadShadow View Post
Do you wanna build a snowmaaaan
Let it go, let it go. I've read enough of this on Facebook already. lolQuote

27-10-2014, 15:10:56

JaffaCakes6
That is one preeeeettttttty card. Right up my street

I was considering a 980 at some point. Maybe a contender if I can get it imported.

I can imagine it paired with a Sabertooth board maybe Quote
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