Since we established that Nvidia is confident enough that their Kepler GPUs are cool and it’s safe for Nvidia’s partners to play around with the card’s design, we’re not really surprised with Gigabyte’s own custom cooled GeForce GTX 670 implementation.
The card reportedly
has the same CUDA core count of 1,344, and 2 GB of GDDR5 memory over a 256-bit memory interface that we all expected. The specifications were verified using the well-known GPU-Z and it was revealed that the card comes with a clock speed of 980 MHz for the GPU, 1,059 MHz when the Boost function kicks into action and 1,502 MHz for the memory.
Cooling is well taken care of by Gigabyte
’s popular and well-designed WindForce
3X cooling system.
As you can see in the gallery, the card’s PCB is just as long as the reference one for the GTX 680
Price has not been made available yet.