ZOTAC GeForce GTX 670 Pictured

Published: May 9th 2012, 09:02 GMT

ZOTAC GeForce GTX 670 Pictured
ZOTAC is also preparing their GeForce GTX 670 card for the May 10th launch. This model is based on non-reference PCB, which will likely provide much better overclocking potential.

ZOTAC GTX 670 card features reference clocks of 915 MHz for base and 980 MHz for boost clock. What is known for sure, is the fact that ZOTAC used the same reference design from GTX 680 model, so it’s very likely that it will provide good overclocking potential. Board was equipped with 4 phase VRM. Picture suggest that card was based on GK104-325-A2 GPU, which packs 1344 CUDA Cores. Card is available with 2GB of GDDR5 memory.

For more detailed information we have to wait for official press release, expected tomorrow.

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