NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 and GeForce GTX 660Ti Final Specifications Leaked, Reference PCB of GTX 670 Unveiled
NVIDIA would be launching two new GK104 SKU's in May which would be known as the GeForce GTX 670 and GTX 660 Ti, Final specifications of both graphic cards have been leaked along with the first reference PCB design of GTX 670.
We posted specifications of both cards earlier today which are spot on with the newly acquired information. The GTX 670 would be a toned down GK104 with one of its SMX unit disabled packing 1344 Cuda Cores, 112 TMUs, 32ROPs and a 2GB 256bit memory. The core clock would be maintained at 950MHz and 1002MHz Boost Clock, Memory would be maintained at 6GHz Effective at 192GB/s bandwidth. Now one thing we also mentioned that the PCB length would be reduced, its correct. As you can see the following pic, Power phases have been re aligned and the dual 6 Pin connectors are also moved to the front while ditching the stacked design.
There's only one SLI connector meaning a total of two cards can be coupled together and display outputs include dual DVI and a single HDMI, Specifically this card matches the design of the GeForce GTX 560Ti. Price would be set at $399.
The other card which got leaked is that GTX 660Ti, Another GK104 product with most of stuff scraped featuring 1344 Cores, 112 TMU's, 24 ROPs and a 2048MB 192-bit wide memory interface. Core clock runs at 915MHz and boost clock is maintained at 980MHz while memory runs at 6GHz effective.
A 150W TDP suggests that the card would require a single 6 pin connector and additional power from PCI-e slot, The PCB on this card would be even shorter and match around the GTS 450/430. Price would be set at $299. Hopefully we would see the announcement of these cards today while NDA officially lifts on 7th May 2012.
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