The Radeon HD 7870 JokerCard was the first PockerSeries graphics adapter that we wrote about, recently anyway.
Now, the same line of graphics adapters is growing. Club 3D has formally introduced the GeForce GTX 670 royalQueen and GeForce GTX 660Ti royalQueen.
The former has 1344 CUDA Cores, 2 GB of GDDR5 VRAM, 3-way SLI support, four video ports (2 x DVI, 1x HDMI, 1 x DisplayPort) and clock speeds of 915 MHz for the GPU (980 MHz boost) and 6,008 MHz for the RAM.
Speaking of which, the memory interface is of 256 bits.
The other video card is, strangely enough, largely similar, only with an interface of just 192 bits.
Club 3D expects buyers to pay 379 Euro / $379-399 and 262 Euro / $269-299, respectively, for the boards.
Club 3D Poker Series Welcomes Two NVIDIA Video Boards
The GeForce GTX 670 and GTX 660Ti royalQueen appear
... so hot right now