EVGA continues to launch overclocked GeForce GTX 400 cards. The latest is EVGA GeForce GTX 480 SuperClocked+ that ships with clock frequencies higher than the rumored GeForce GTX 485.
EVGA has increased clock frequencies of both GPU and the 480 CUDA cores 726 MHz and 1,451 MHz. This is a marginal increase from the stock frequencies, 700/1400MHz. The GDDR5 memory has been pushed to 3,800 MHz from 3,696 MHz and to handle the higher heat emissions the card has an optimized cooler. It has an extra heatspreader on the back and larger ventilation holes.
EVGA GeForce GTX 480 SuperClocked+ is expected to cost $600.