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Gainward Unveils a Duo of GeForce GTX 670 Graphics Cards


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Gainward joined the GeForce GTX 670 launch party with two custom-design graphics card models. The first of the two is a base model that is a variation of NVIDIA reference design (model: GW GTX670_2GB). While its PCB is similar to NVIDIA's, its cooler (at least the shroud portion), is customized. This card sticks to NVIDIA reference clock speeds of 915/980/6008 MHz (core/core boost/memory effective), and will likely be priced at US $399.

Gainward's second card is the GTX 670 Phantom, characterized by its catchy cooling solution that has been implemented on current and previous generation GeForce GTX graphics cards by the company. The cooler is fan-ventilated fin-stack, in which the positions of the fans and the fin-stack are inverted. The fans draw in fresh air through the fin-stack, ventilating it. This card features a slightly shorter variation of the Gainward Phantom cooler, which packs just two fans. It appears to retain NVIDIA reference design PCB. Expect the card to feature a 10% overclock.

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