Monday, May 7th 2012

GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 670 WindForce OC Pictured

Here are the first pictures of GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 670 WindForce OC graphics card. As the name suggests, the card is GIGABYTE custom-design implementation of NVIDIA's upcoming performance-segment SKU, which utilizes its signature WindForce 3X cooling solution, and is overclocked out of the box. GIGABYTE's card appears to make use of a custom-design PCB, which is longer than NVIDIA reference design. According to a GPU-Z screenshot, the card comes with out of the box clock speeds of 980 MHz (core base), 1059 MHz (core boost), and 1502 MHz (~6.00 GHz effective, memory). Its specifications as reported by GPU-Z match early reports, with a CUDA core count of 1344, and 2 GB of GDDR5 memory over a 256-bit memory interface.

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5 Comments on GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 670 WindForce OC Pictured

As pointed out earlier by mastrdrver
mastrdrver said:
I'm just going to leave this here: Gigabyte GTX 670 OC Version *HANDS ON*
3 guys have them and are providing benchmarks all in Ausy

The guy who started the thread had one along with his friend seams they bought them together and they are getting together in a handful of hours for SLI benchmarks

Nothing official ofcouse but a very interesting read and results
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lets hope i don't regret buying a 680 lol, not looking good so far to be honest
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wow... I might actually consider getting an nVidia GPU for the first time... any info on price? that would be the dealmaker...

also, this seems to be a repeat of the 7870 vs 7970 performance. not enough ROPs for the high end parts?
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i already got one it just fits in an antec 902
gonna benchmark it tomorrow once i get the software ready:rockout:
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If you can find it its 399$ which is same price as most rest the cards. I have one, it runs cold as could be, rarely ever gets over 60 c less under full load. Newegg has been outta stock for this card since like 2-3 days after it was out, but its def one best you can get for 670 series. super quiet and runs very low temp. I had an MSI twin frozr III GTX 570 before this, and this 670 runs easy 15 degree's F colder idle, and close to 20 F lower under load.
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