NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680/670Ti (GK104) PCB Pictured

Published: 2nd Mar 2012, 08:06 GMT

It’s a day of leaks, first there was a picture of Radeon HD 7800 Series, now we are able to see how GK104 actually looks!

The most anticipated card ever? Probably. There were so many rumors floating around the web that any reliable information is very interesting. Considering pictures as a reliable information we may find many new clues.

First is a diagram of PCB posted on PCINLIFE forums. Also a real photograph of GK104 board was posted.

Green color of PCB suggest this is an early engineering sample of GK104.
Card required two 6-pin power connectors. Diagram suggest that they would be mounted parallel, while the photo presents two 6-pin power inputs one on the other. It is rumored that GK104 would require one 8-pin and one 6-pin connector, which is considered to be reserved for a future variants of GK104 (most likely GeForce GTX 680). GK104 should not exceed a power draw of 300 Watts, which surely required dual power connectors.

GeForce Kepler GK104 features two SLI connectors, which are likely to support 4-WAY SLI. Card has two DVI ports and one HDMI and miniDisplayPort.

Maximumtech reports that release date may shift to early April. Those photos surely make this date possible. Fudzilla informs that GK104 are already in production.

According to previous leaked informations GeForce GTX 670 Ti would feature 1536 shader processors, 128 texture and 32 raster operating units. Card would be equipped with 2GB GDDR5 memory with 256-bit interface. Core clock is to be set around 950 MHz.

by WhyCry

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