Whichever way you look at it, NVIDIA's upcoming GeForce GTX 470 and GeForce GTX 480 graphics cards are going to be fast - with the latter likely to take over the mantle as the fastest single-GPU graphics card available.
However, if that just isn't good enough, it looks as though ASUS is going to help enthusiast users make the most of their prized cards via Voltage Tweak technology.
We've yet to see ASUS's cards in the flesh, but the Taiwanese manufacturer has provided us with the box shots that confirm the implementation of its overclocking feature.
With Voltage Tweak software providing direct access to a graphics card's VRM, users will be able to increase GPU voltage with relative ease. We've previously put the technology through its paces on older cards, and have found that Voltage Tweak can pave the way for performance gains of up to 15 per cent.
Choosing not to err on the side of modesty, ASUS's box art suggests Voltage Tweak will deliver performance boosts of up to 50 per cent. We seriously doubt that figure will translate to real-world performance, but for users wanting a GeForce 400-series card with a little something extra, it looks as though ASUS will have you covered.