Palit's card looks exactly like the GTX 670 JetStream which we reviewed not too long ago. A large dual-fan cooler covers the card. As you can see from the second photo, the actual PCB is quite a bit shorter than the cooler - something we've seen before on the GTX 670.
The card requires three slots in your system.
Display connectivity options include two dual-link DVI ports, one full-size HDMI port and one full-size DisplayPort. You may use all the outputs at the same time thanks to NVIDIA Kepler's new display output controller.
An HDMI sound device is included in the GPU as well. It is HDMI 1.4a compatible and includes HD audio and Blu-ray 3D movies support. The DisplayPort outputs are version 1.2 which enables the use of hubs and Multi-Stream Transport.
You may combine up to four GTX 660 Ti cards from any vendor in a multi-GPU SLI configuration for higher frame-rates or better image- quality settings.
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