ASUS has released NVIDIA’s GTX 680 and GTX 670 based video cards with DirectCU II components and 4GB of video memory. While this configuration is not new, ASUS been able get the size of the card to take two slots on the motherboard, down from three slots of the previous design. The GTX 680 has a new version of DirectCU II thermal design, and comes with other standard features of DirectCU II for overclocking and longevity of the card.
The 5GB of DDR5 video memory has been clocked at 6008MHz, which is double that of the previous models of GTX 680 and GTX 670 from ASUS. This lets the card crank out frames at 2560X1440 (WQHD) resolution. Before taxes, the GTX670 costs Rs.33,500, and the GTX680 Rs.39,650.