ASUS GTX 660Ti DirectCU II TOP Edition Graphics Card Pictured – Clocked at 1137MHz

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ASUS’s upcoming GTX 660Ti DirectCU II TOP Edition Graphics card has been pictured and detailed. The GeForce GTX 660Ti DirectCU II Top would be featuring ASUS’s most recognized DirectCU II cooling design and a custom design PCB with factory overclocked specs.

Update: Clock frequencies are unconfirmed at the moment but the GPU is infact a Factory overclocked model. 

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For instance, the card is clocked at 1059MHz core and 1137MHz boost over the reference 915/980MHz clock speeds. A 2GB GDDR5 (192-bit) memory is configured to operate at 1502MHz (6008MHz effective). The DirectCU II heatsink offers 20% more cooling over reference design which is best for overclocking purposes.

Furthermore, as we already know the GPU consists of a GK104 chip featuring 1344 cores, 112 TMU’s, 24 ROPs. Powered through dual 6 Pin connectors. Display outputs include two DVI and one HDMi and DisplayPort. Currently the card is available for €359.

For a complete list of GeForce GTX 660Ti GPU’s, Browse here.

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