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The ZOTAC AMP! Edition GTX 680 makes use of Dual 90mm fan cooling design which cools a large aluminium fin array heatsink located underneath it equipped with four copper heatpipes. The cooler cools the GPU by 11C compared to the reference version. The GPU features a base clock of 1110MHz and Boost clock of 1176MHz, Other specs include a 2GB 256-bit memory which runs at the stock 6GHz effective speed. Power is provided through dual 8 pin connectors.

The ZOTAC GTX 680 4GB is another factory overclocked variant which makes use of the reference design however features a large 4GB memory which runs at 6GHz effective frequency. Core clock is maintained at 1006MHz and Boost clock of 1056MHz.
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Besides the fact that it can kill my 580 in performance... The thing looks so ugly....gosh.

We don't even have to wait a year or two to lawlz at the design of the card. It'd be good to get the cooler off the card and watercool it. Then it actually might look respectable.

I expect this to last maybe 2 hours on newegg once its up....
 

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Where's the extreme edition?
 
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