Galaxy launched a pair of GeForce GTX 670 graphics card models, one of which is a clever adaptation of the GeForce GTX 680 board. The first of its two cards, is a base model that resembles NVIDIA's reference design with variations, such as a blue colored PCB and wider vents on the rear panel bracket (model: 67NPH6DV5ZJX). This card sticks to NVIDIA reference clock speeds of 915/980/6008 MHz (core/core boost/memory effective). This card likely goes for US $399. Galaxy's second card is essentially a GeForce GTX 680 board (PCB + cooler), with GeForce GTX 670 ASIC (model: 67NPH6DV5ZVX). The beefier board is then taken advantage of, to facilitate out of the box overclocked speeds of 1006/1058/6008 MHz (the same exact core clock speeds as the GTX 680). If not for the lower CUDA core count of 1344, you're getting a GTX 680. It's likely that Galaxy will charge about 10% premium for this card (over $399), if not more. More pictures follow.