ASUS Unveils ROG GeForce GTX 770 Poseidon Graphics Card With Hybrid Cooling

ASUS Unveils ROG GeForce GTX 770 Poseidon Graphics Card With Hybrid Cooling

ASUS showcased their latest Republic of Gamers based GeForce
GTX 770 Poseidon graphics card which comes with a hybrid cooling
solution. ASUS has been upto some great GPU designs in its ROG line of
products such as GeForce GTX 670 DirectCU Mini and the ASUS ARES II.

ASUS Showcases the ROG GeForce GTX 770 Poseidon Graphics Card

The GeForce GTX 770 Poseidon falls under the ROG branding which is
used for the ASUS’s premium line of products designed for enthusiasts
and gamers. The GeForce GTX 770 Poseidon makes use of the latest
GK104-425 A2 core architecture that features 1536 cores, 128 TMUs and 32
ROPs. The GPU has a total of 2 GB GDDR5 vram that operates along a
256-bit wide interface. Although the clock speeds are not finalized for
the new product, the card does make use of a non-reference PCB that packs a 6+2 Phase Digi+ VRM and is powered through dual 6-pin connectors.
Talking about the cooler itself which is called “Poseidon” is of a
hybrid design making use of both air and water cooling. Users would have
the option to either choose air or water cooling or both for maximum
cooling performance with slightly higher noise output. A ROG logo is
embedded on the shroud which glows and its brightness and color can be configured through a utility supplied by ASUS. The heatsink is a large circular aluminum fin array in which a 80/92mm fan throws
air. The metal bracket is pretty large to which two inlets provide
waterflow that transfers coolant to the copper base. The whole red and
grey shroud color is pretty amazing and shows the skills of engineers at ASUS who design such graphic cards under the ROG brand.
No pricing or release date was mentioned but we could have to wait for
quiet a while till the card hits store shelves just like the DC Mini
which was launched months after its unveil.
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