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Monday, 30 July 2012 10:01

Nvidia's GTX 660 Ti cooler pixellized

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Looks a lot like the GTX 670


Expreview managed to get their hands on one of the first Nvidia GTX 660 Ti graphics card to show its face online. Unfortunately, Expreview was focused on the cooler rather than on the card itself, but at least we can now see some details.

According to the post over at Expreview and the pictures, EVGA GTX 660 Ti Signature Edition looks a lot like the EVGA GTX 670 which honestly does not come a surprise considering that the GTX 660 Ti will be based on the GK104 GPU and it will be possible to use existing GTX 670 PCBs.

There is not much to be said about the cooler as it uses blower style fan paired up with not so large heatsink with copper base.

As noted and rumoured earlier, the GTX 660 Ti should end up with a GK104 GPU with 1344 CUDA cores and even same clocks as the GTX 670 graphics card. The only difference is a cut down memory interface set at 192-bit. The GTX 660 Ti will also end up with a 150W TDP, 20W lower than the GTX 670.

You can check out the rest of the pictures here.

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