I must admit im a sucker for white gpu's :)
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980
Core Clock:1228 MHz
Boost Clock:1329 MHz
CUDA Cores: 2048
Effective Memory Clock: 7.2 Gbps
Memory Size: 4GB
Memory Interface: 256-Bit
Memory Type: GDDR4
3D API: DirectX 12
Open GL: 4.4
SSD shadiness: Kingston and PNY caught bait-and-switching cheaper components after good reviews | ExtremeTech
Bait and Switch - The Sad State of SSDs.
PS. I apologize if this is an old news.
So I ended up buying the PNY GTX580 from Mark (here at PureOC), My original intention was to use this in my LanPC to replace my HD6950 single card.
However since I have my 700D apart right now due to MB failure here is my chance to make some changes if needed.
I have the board back from RMA...
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