Here it is – EVGA GeForce GTX 660 Ti.
EVGA’s GeForce GTX 660 Ti is quite a long card, which is indicating more or less, that this card is almost identical to GeForce GTX 670.
According to the source, card is utilizing a GK104-325-A2 GPU (the same as GTX 670). GeForce GTX 660 Ti is requiring a single 6-pin power connector, with a TDP of 120W. The clocks are 980 MHz for base and 1023 MHz for boost. Memory is clocked at 6 GHz effective.
Card will be available for $299 on August 16th. The pictures presents only a cooler, there are no pictures of the PCB so far.
Expreview crew has already received a sample unit for a review. They confirm that the card similar to GTX 670 besides a 192-bit memory interface. Also this model from EVGA will use a Delta Electronics fan. Please note that EVGA models use a custom design for most of their cards and this is not a reference design of the final product. EVGA ordered 25.000 units four days ago, cards are expected to be available in two weeks.
Comparison of EVGA’s GTX 660 Ti and GTX 670