While ASUS covers the mid-range market, KFA2 is offering a graphics card that might just make the day of gamers and enthusiasts worldwide.
As reported by Hexus, European brand KFA2 has finished developing an all-white GeForce GTX 680 graphics card.
And by all-white we mean that both the PCB (printed circuit board) and the cooler (including the three fans) are coated in white paint.
And since some may still feel that the color isn't enough of an incentive to buy the product (no one is going to see the board most of the time after all, unless a case side window is involved), KFA2 also tweaked the performance.
The GeForce GTX 680 LTD OC runs the GPU at 1,150 MHz (GPU Boost unknown) and the 2 GB of GDDR5 memory at 6 GHz.
According to the source, KFA2 will ship the newcomer, with its three mini-HDMI ports and DisplayPort, at £450 / ~$450 / ~450 Euro.