Gainward GTX 660 Ti Phantom 2GB Pictured and Detailed

Published: Aug 16th 2012, 02:23 GMT

Gainward GTX 660 Ti Phantom Pictured and DetailedGainward GTX 660 Ti Phantom Pictured and Detailed

Gainward is readying a new Phantom graphics card. I thought they might use the same cooler and it looks like they did.

The source says that it’s similar, not the same, there are no more pictures to get into the details about it. But from the visuals it looks the same.

Gainward GTX 660 Ti Phantom has a default clock from GTX 680 – 1006 MHz. Boost clock is not detailed, but I think it’s 1084 MHz (as leaked earlier).

Card is featuring 2GB of GDDR5 memory (192-bit memory bus width). Which is overclocked to 6108 MHz (6008 default).

This model is equipped with reference PWM phase design of 4+2. Other features are DrMOS, QuattroPorts and EXPERToll II.

The cooler is called Phantom 2, which is a dual-80mm-fan solution.

It’s listed in Romanian and Polish sites, but it should be listed worldwide in few hours. Also this model will have bundled Borderlands 2 for free.

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