EVGA secretly sent out a couple of these "Epower" VRM boards to some of the worlds top overclockers around two weeks ago - Kingpin and TiN among them. Some records were broken, excitement stirred in the extreme overclocking community, and more importantly, modding guides were begginging to emerge.
EVGA had a big decision to make, release this card retail and risk a torrent of warranty claims and broken video cards from ameature overclockers, or risk missing out on producing a board capable of completely bypassing or adding to a motherboard or video card VRM circuit.
Luckily for us enthusiasts, EVGA manned up, listed the card officially on their website, and even listed an MSRRP for retailers and distributors. The card comes in at $99 as you can see here.
Finding this board for sale in Australia will be a little tricky to say the least, with no distributors or retailers we contacted even knowing about the product. Heck, even EVGA didn't want to send a sample to Australia for review, so that doesn't give us a whole bunch of confidence Australian distibutors will pick these up in mass numbers.
If you are desperate to own one of these cards, Performance PC's are selling them, and best of all the ship to Australia.
If you would like a detailed guide on what this board does exactly, TiN wrote up an installation guide here (specific to the GTX 680), and also links to more info and other reviews can be found here. We're still working on sourcing one of these cards for review, but until then, we have to sit patiently on the side line as records are broken.