EgyptHardware found the first pictures of EVGA’s upcoming GTX 660 and GTX 650 graphics cards.
EVGA GeForce GTX 660 looks identical to GTX 660 Ti (but since this is actually a reference EVGA design it will also arrive with reference PCB, which is not the same for Ti and non-Ti models). The card will feature 980/1033 MHz clocks (base/boost). Memory is clocked at reference 6 GHz. On the picture there’s a SC model, which will feature higher clocks (but these are yet unknown). Card will be available for $229, while GTX 660 SC will cost $249.
I thought it would be similar to the GT 640, but it’s not. The GTX 650 looks like a midget version of GTX 660. It’s a fully reference model, with 1058 MHz clock and 1GB of GDDR5 128-bit memory. This model has been priced at $149. It is said that EVGA will also offer GTX 650 with 2GB memory and 144MHz higher clock. My advise, stay away from any 2GB 128-bit model.
Many thanks to Ahmed Mohamed for a tip.