Although we know quite a bit about overclocking, but I’m sure lots of our readers has a limited knowledge in this term but still want to have the best performance overclocked GPU without much hassle. Thus, EVGA released their GeForce GTX 470 which has been properly installed with water cooling system (which mean you just need to hook it up with the pipes, etc. to solve the heat problem) and it has been overclocked on the factory. Most user who looks for Fermi version of GPU is also looking at the heat problem. With this version, EVGA help you throw away that hassle and left all the fun part to you.
Factory Overclocked: the GPU, shaders and memory being set to 650 (607 MHz stock), 1300 (1215) and 3402 (3348) MHz, respectively.
EVGA GeForce GTX 470 Hydro Copper has packs 448 CUDA cores, 320-bit memory interface, up to 1280MB GDDR5 VRAM, and it also support 3-way SLI support, dual-DVI and mini-HDMI outputs. Pretty mind blowing, and the graphic card will only cost you $500 a pop. Decent.
If you want it, you can pre-order it now at EVGA.