Colorful GeForce GTX 670 Pictured

Published: 2nd May 2012, 13:17 GMT

Ive told you, GTX 670 is really small card! ~ OBR-HARDWARE
We have a first look at GeForce GTX 670 PCB manufactured by Colorful. Rumors were true, GTX 670’s board is quite short in comparison to GTX 680 card.

As you can see, PCB is much shorter than whole card. It ends almost right after PCI-Express slot. We can notice few similarities to GTS 450 board.

GeForce GTX 670 requires two 6-pin PEG connectors, which are situated in the middle of the card’s length. Card is likely to feature reference clocks which were previously reported at 950 MHz for core and 1250 MHz for memory.

GTX 670 is based on GK104 GPU, a cut-down version of GK104 from GTX 680, with only 7 SMX clusters. So basically this card has 1344 CUDA cores, 112 TMUs and 32 ROPs. Everything is accompanied by 2GB of GDDR5 memory with 256-bit interface.

This model will be available in upcoming weeks for at least $399.




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