GeForce GTX 660 Ti Coming in Q3 2012

Published: 1st May 2012, 04:31 GMT

GeForce GTX 660 Ti Coming in Q3 2012
If you were expecting a new mid-range product from NVIDIA in May, then you may be disappointed, since first card from this segment will arrive in third quarter of this year.

GeForce GTX 660 Ti, a mid-range graphics card, which was reported to be based on the same GK104 Kepler GPU as GTX 680, will be arriving in few months – according to Overclockers.co.uk. Since they are selling cards graphics and always have the information from first hand, we can believe this is a verified information. So far, we know that NVIDIA is preparing two cards for upcoming days — GeForce GTX 690 and GTX 670. Those cards are also based on the GK104 GPUs.

Andrew Gibson (Overclockers.co.uk): 660Ti, you have zero chance, its approx 6 months away……..

The GTX 660 Ti will be featuring 6 SMX clusters — thats 1152 CUDA cores.

Detailed specification is as follows:

  • Transistors Count: 3.5 billions
  • Process: 28 nm
  • SMXs: 6
  • CUDA Cores: 1152
  • TMUs: 96
  • ROPs: 24
  • Base Clock: 1006 MHz
  • Memory Clock: 1502 MHz
  • Memory: 1536 MB GDDR5 192-bit
  • Bandwidth: 144 GB/s
  • Single-Precision Computing power: 2.35 TFLOPS
  • TDP: 150 W
  • Estimated Launch Price: $249

“Gibbo” also released price tags of GeForce graphics cards for upcoming weeks:

  • GTX 690 – £800+
  • GTX 680 4GB – £500+
  • GTX 680 – £400+
  • GTX 670 – £300+
  • GTX 580 – £300 and is now EOL with very little stock left so no further price drops
  • GTX 570 – £200
  • GTX 560Ti 448 – £180
  • GTX 560Ti – £160
  • GTX 560 – £140
  • GTX 550Ti – £100




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