Leading hardware manufacturer EVGA, today announced the launch of its GeForce GTX 670 graphic cards, available now in three different variants – Reference GTX 670, GTX 670 Superclock and GTX 670 FTW. The reference and superclock models also come in 4GB variants for user with demand of higher resolution gaming.
The Stock and Superclocked GTX 670 stick to the reference design featuring a dual slot cooler. The reference version runs at 915MHz/980Mhz Core/Boost clock while the Superclocked model runs at 967Mhz Core and 1046MHz Boost Clock. Both models are available in 2GB – 4GB variants, 4GB models come pre-equipped an EVGA backplate. Product links are given below:
EVGA has also announced its non-reference GTX 670 FTW which is based on the better GTX 680 PCB featuring a core clock of 1006MHz and 1084 Boost clock, Memory has also been clocked to 6208MHz. EVGA’s GTX 670 FTW is available for an MRSP of $439.99 which is actually a great price considering the non-reference design and high factory overclocks. For more details head over to product link here – http://www.evga.com/products/moreInfo.asp?pn=02G-P4-2678-KR&family=GeForce%20600%20Series%20Family&sw=
More details on EVGA’s GTX 670 lineup can be found at http://www.evga.com/articles/00678/#2671