NVIDIA Launches Mid-Range GK106 and GK107 Based GPU’s in September

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Aug 8, 2012
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Recent reports from various sources suggest that NVIDIA would be launching a trio of mid-range GPU’s in September – GTX 660, GTX 650Ti and GTX 650. Currently, NVIDIA has GTX 660Ti planned for launch on 16th August.

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The GTX 660 and GTX 650Ti come with the GK106 core architecture, Exact model being GK106-200-A2 on GTX 660 which has a core count of 1152-960 Cores, 2GB 192-bit memory and comes at a price of $229 US.

The GTX 650 Ti comes with a core count of 768-960 with 1GB of GDDR5 memory. This model would cost $155-$159.

Last of all is the GK107 based GTX 650 which is a GDDR5 version of the GT640 GPU featuring the same specifications of 384 cores, 1GB 192-bit memory and faster clock frequencies in addition to a 6 Pin connector to provide power.

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All GPU’s launch within September during the 3rd Week while the GTX 660Ti launches next week.

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