NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 and GTX 650 Reference Models Pictured

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Sep 4, 2012
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First pictures of the reference GeForce GTX 660 and GTX 650 graphic cards have been leaked online. Both GPU’s are based on the GK106 and GK107 core respectively and launch on September 12th.

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The GTX 660 (Non-Ti) uses a cooler shroud similar to the GTX 660Ti/670 with a short PCB design utilizing the GK106 core. The cooler uses a blower type fan which passes fresh air towards the central aluminum heatsink placed right on top of the GPU.

Display outputs include Dual-DVI, HDMI and a Display port, the card has a TDP of 140W on the reference models and is powered through a single 6-Pin connector.

The GTX 650’s design looks quite interesting, It comes with a very short PCB and the card shown here is from manufacturer Zotac. Display outputs as suggested by the previously leaked PCB shot includes two DVI and an HDMI output while power is provided through a single 6-Pin connector.

Both cards would cost $229/$249 and $149 respectively while factory overclocked models would also be available at launch day. For more information on GTX 660/GTX 650, please read our article here.

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