ZOTAC's upcoming GeForce GTX 660 Ti Extreme Edition has been further detailed, the card uses a non-reference PCB design and top of the line components to unleash the GPU's maximum overclocking potential.
The GTX 660 Ti Extreme Edition uses the GK104 core architecture clocked at 1100MHz Core, 1202MHz Boost and 6600MHz Memory frequency. Card is equipped with a 2GB Vram which makes use of Hynix made memory chips. The GPU itself is powered through an 13+2 Phase PWM supply which is ran through 6+8 Pin PCIe connectors.
The PCB makes use of black solid state capacitors, International Rectifier GaNpowIR driver-MOSFETs, server-grade tantalumcapacitors, and FPCAP multi-phase capacitors and are driven by the CHiL CHL8318 VRM controller.
The GPU makes use of a large aluminum fin array heatsink design for cooling which makes contact to the GPU through a large copper contact base and heat is dissipated through five heatpipes. Air is provided through two 9cm fans.
The GPU also comes with its own OC+ module which allows for voltage regulation and frequency control. Pricing and availability is not known yet but expect the launch to take place early next month.