MSI has been letting people snap pictures of its new GTX 660 Ti design using the famous Twin Frozr cooling solution. We reported about the card here and now we can confirm that it is indeed a GeForce GTX 660 Ti, but the 3GB VRAM specification shown by GPU-Z has been proved wrong.
The hardware experts from videocardz.com have managed to get some more pictures
of MSI’s new $299 flagship, and the new data
shows that the amount of memory on the card will be in fact 2GB and not 3GB as the GPU-Z screenshot showed.
The GK104 GPU
is base clocked at 1020 MHz with a 1098 Mhz Boost option, while the memory runs at the same 6008 MHz.