I’ve found quite interesting slide (marked as confidential – yeah right). It details all models of GTX 660 Ti cards which are being prepared by Inno3D.
Yesterday we learned details about the most powerful version of GTX 660 Ti, which will be equipped with 3GB of memory. There are also two models which will feature 2GB, one is based on GTX 680 board, while the latter is based on GTX 670’s.
Inno3D GTX 660 Ti iChill 3GB with HerculeZ 3000 (also known as Ice Dragon) ($399)
This model will feature triple-fan HerculeZ 3000 cooling solution. As I noted earlier, it’s based on PCB from GTX 680. This is one of the few models to have 3GB of memory. Card will feature clocks of 1020/1080/6200 MHz (base/boost/memory).
Inno3D GTX 660 Ti iChill HerculeZ 2000X ($370)
Featuring dual-fan cooling solution this model is strictly speaking a shorter version of 3GB model. Despite the 3GB memory this model has the same clocks.
Inno3D GTX 660 Ti 2GB ($360)
Featuring a full reference design, this model is not from iChill series. Card is based on the same PCB as GTX 670. The clocks are 915/980/6008 MHz.
All cards have the same 192-bit memory interface and feature the same GPU – GK104 with 1344 CUDA cores. Also all three models have the same display outputs: DisplayPort, HDMI and two DVI’s. All prices are converted from Chinese Yuan, meaning, if the company would release those cards worldwide, they would be much lower ($300 for the reference based).
You can find all the GeForce GTX 660 Ti models in this post (I’m updating the database as new information surfaces).