We've seen the new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670, we've written about the ASUS GTX 670 DirectCU II and DirectCU II TOP and now we are doing the same for EVGA's own boards.
EVGA has, or will soon have, five versions of the GTX 670 graphics cards up for sale. One might also say that there are only three boards available. The number five is reached because two of them come in both 2 GB and 4 GB GDDR5 VRAM memory capacities. The third comes only with 2 GB.
The regular EVGA GTX 670 is one of the models with two memory options. Obviously, it sticks to the reference clock speeds: 915 MHz for the GPU (980 MHz GPU Boost) and the 6008 MHz GDDR5 frequency.
The second card with both 2 GB and 4 GB versions is the EVGA GTX 670 SuperClocked, whose GK104 GPU functions at 967 MHz (1,046 MHz GPU Boost). The third and final card, the one with only 2 GB VRAM, is the GTX 670 FTW. Its GPU is clocked at 1006 MHz (1,084 MHz GPU Boost).
All three adapters have dual-DVI connectivity, HDMI and DisplayPort outputs. What's more, since NVIDIA now supports up to four monitors on a single video adapter, 3D Vision Surround doesn't need a SLI setup to work.
Not that SLI isn't supported of course. GTX 670 has three-way multi-GPU capability, although it will take a big motherboard with many PCI Express 3.0 or 2.0 slots for such systems to be made. All cards have dual-slot coolers after all.
Be advised that only the reference-clocked EVGA GTX 670 sticks to the $399 / 399 Euro mark, unless it's the 4 GB iteration, in which case the tag is $469 / 469 Euro. The SuperClocked adapter sells for $419 / 419 Euro (2 GB) or $480 / 480 Euro (4 GB), while the FTX needs a sum of $439 / 439 Euro.