The EVGA GeForce GTX 480 Superclocked is an amazing graphics card that does
everything else the benchmark does, but kicks it up a notch. At $10 to $20 more than the GeForce GTX 480, the Superclocked model is actually leaps and bounds ahead of
its predecessor, the EVGA GeForce GTX 470... but for that advancement, you gotta pay.
One of the key features that you will absolutely love with this piece of
technology is its ample technology. With double CUDA cores, high speed GDDR5 memory and 1536 MB, this card is
built with purpose. Video and gaming connoiseurs will instantly apreciate the finer graphical
details, such as smoke, dust, fire, water, all of those little pieces that every other graphics card cannot
render without ruinning the game experience. You no longer have to forgive the hardware with the GTX 480
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For the technically inclined, details worth noting are as follows: you get NVIDIA 3D Vision
Surround, DirectX 11 and NVIDIA PhysX. What this means is compatibility and truly remarkable technology. To take
it a step further, the card's built-in fan is more than just appearances. It actually works, so no need for
water looking here.
With 3-way AFR and 32x anti-aliasing technology, you get rendering beyond your imagination, which
for novices just means the graphics are more life-like than anything else on the market.
See For Yourself
This amateur video gives you a look at just what boundaries the EVGA GeForce GTX 480 Superclocked
really pushes. Although quality is a little disappointing,the message comes through loud and clear. Take a look for
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There is not really much to dislike about this card. To add salt to the wound, EVGA GeForce offers a lifetime warranty, so if you fry this
card, you can get another one (you must meet the qualifying criteria, of course).
But we can say that there is one thing that stinks: the price. If you realize that you do
not need this much great graphics, then dishing out the few extra bucks doesn't make sense
unless you are into illustrating and rendering. Because let's face it, the EVGA GeForce GTX 470 was fine just as it
was. But if you want that leading-edge gaming and video experience, you are doomed to pay that price.
What We Rate This Thing
This is a 5-star card. There is question about it; nothing else on
the market compares to just how crisp this thing delivers. Without a doubt, it is almost
entirely unlikely that anyone will be disappointed with this card. Period.
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