Thursday, May 24th 2012

Axigon GeForce GTX 670 Raptor Edition Launched in China

Axigon, a Palit subsidiary for the Chinese market, launched a new factory-overclocked GeForce GTX 670 graphics card model, the GTX 670 Raptor Edition. Its design involves a reuse of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 reference design board, which supports higher out of the box clock speeds thanks to its stronger cooler and VRM. The card even comes with clock speeds that match those of the GTX 680 (1006/1058/6008 MHz), which leaves only its CUDA core count of 1344 as a difference from the GTX 680. Selling now, the Axigon GeForce GTX 670 Raptor Edition is priced at 2,999 RMB (US $473), in China.

Source: Expreview
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9 Comments on Axigon GeForce GTX 670 Raptor Edition Launched in China

#3
DOM
Looks like they made to many 680 pcbs lol
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#4
Maban
Does using a 680 PCB give it a 680's TDP for the power limit?
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#5
Zubasa
by: DOM
Looks like they made to many 680 pcbs lol
A good thing unless you prefer the cheap ass 670 PCB :laugh:
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#6
DOM
by: Zubasa
A good thing unless you prefer the cheap ass 670 PCB :laugh:
but they look so cute :roll:
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#7
babash*t
Nice sticker, problem is in the case it'll be facing down. :-(
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#8
Fourstaff
by: babash*t
Nice sticker, problem is in the case it'll be facing down. :-(
Turn your case upside down then, or get one of the Silverstone upside down cases
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#9
babash*t
by: Fourstaff
Turn your case upside down then, or get one of the Silverstone upside down cases
If the eye was actually the design on the fan and glowed red or green then I'd actually buy this and run it with the case upside down
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