Press slide of MSI’s GeForce GTX 660 Ti Power edition graphics card has been leaked a day ahead of launch. The GTX 660 Ti Power edition features a non-reference PCB design and a factory overclock for enthusiasts.
The N660Ti-OC features 1344 Cores, 112TMUs, 24 ROPs and is clocked at 1019/1097MHz for core and boost while the 2GB GDDR5 (192-bit) memory runs at 6008MHz. Overall TDP of the card is 170W and requires two 6 Pin connectors for power.
The PCB is custom designed which makes use of an enhanced PWM design and a 5+2 VRM phase. MSI’s triple over-voltage features gains you control over GPU/Memory/AUX voltage control through MSI afterburner software.
Cooling is provided through a Twin Frozr IV heatsink which features two 8cm PWM controlled fans, a full length PCB heatshield and auto dust removal technology. The heatsink is made up of a large aluminum fin array with four 6mm heatpipes.
Model would be available tomorrow for $349.