The ASUS ROG Poseidon graphics card has finally arrived at our shores. With a SRP of S$949, the card features an overclocked GeForce GTX 780 GPU, cooled by the DirectCU H2O, a hybrid air and water cooling solution.
First unveiled at Computex 2013, its initial variant only features a single CoolTech fan. In its current form, the ASUS ROG Poseidon GTX 780 has two cooling fans. In addition, it features a liquid cooling system that has universal G1/4-inch threaded fittings to accommodate a majority of such kits.
The card features a GK110 core that is overclocked to 1006MHz, a 17% increment over the default value of 863MHz. However, its 3GB memory modules remain at the default clock speed of 6008MHz. In spite of its DirectCU H20 hybrid cooling system, the card has a svelte, dual-slot profile. The card is currently available from local retailers, with a suggested price tag of S$949.