Reviews and Problems with Gainward GeForce GTX 680 Phantom
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29 May 2012
Excerpt: Like a couple of NVIDIA only partners it's been a while since we've seen anything from Gainward and that's mainly due to the simple fact that NVIDIA partners haven't really had anything new to show off for the past few months. That is of course until we saw the release of the new GEFORCE 600 series video cards.
Excerpt: after the launch of its GTX 680 Phantom 2GB graphics card, Gainward decided to launch yet another GTX Phantom, but this time around it comes with double the memory. Nvidia launched its GTX 680 with 2GB of memory and many think that it’s still not enough. While we’d agree that GTX 680 needs more memory, it’s only on rare occasions and in chosen apps.
Conclusion: Although the GTX 680 was unveiled over a month ago , finding one is still difficult. The lack of availability has somewhat spoiled Kepler's debut and we hope it's corrected shortly. Overall, Nvidia has been very disorganized with the GTX 680's release and as a result, many tech sites (us included) didn't receive review units. AMD has kept Nvidia on its toes in recent generations.
Test: Gainward Geforce GTX 680 Phantom - Besser als die Nvidia-Vorlage?
13 May 2012
Excerpt: Gainward und Palit haben als erste Nvidia-Partner komplette Custom-Designs der Geforce GTX 680 am Start. Gainwards GTX 680 Phantom schickt sich mit einem Triple-Slot-Kühler und werkseitiger Übertaktung an, Kepler/GK104 noch besser zu machen. Ob das im ersten Anlauf gelingt, klärt unser Test der Gainward Geforce GTX 680 Phantom.