Two more versions of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 graphics card have appeared, although it might be more accurate to say that two existing cards have gained new names.
KFA2 is the one making the news, having introduced the GeForce GTX 680 EX OC Series, and the GTX 680 Limited Edition OC.
Given that KFA2 is Galaxy's European brand, these two are just the Galaxy GTX 680 GC and Galaxy GTX 680 Hall of Fame under different names.
We'll get the GTX 680 Limited Edition OC out of the way first, since it won't be around for all that long. It is a limited edition after all.
The Kepler GK104 graphics processing unit (GPUs) sits on a white PCB (printed circuit board) and has clock speeds of 1,202 MHz (base) and 1,267 MHz (GPU Boost).
A triple-fan cooler will keep the heat in check for both the chip and the 2 GB of GDDR5 VRAM and KFA2 even tossed in an HDMI output, a display port and two dual-link DVI ports.
That's right, the photo is, apparently, wrong in showing those four outputs.
The other video card, GTX 680 EX OC Series, can have both 2 GB and 4 GB memory capacities, depending on customer choice.
The base clock speed of the GPU is 1,110 MHz (base) and 1,176 MHz (GPU Boost). Video outputs are the same as above.
For the sake of comparison, the reference card has the GPU clocked at 1,006 MHz (base) and 1,058 MHz (GPU Boost).
The KFA2 adapters run the memory at 6 GHz and will have prices higher than the $499 / 470 Euro of the original. If you live in Europe, but haven't yet made a new PC, or upgraded your old one, you might want to check your local retailers for these two.