It seems quite logical that if Nvidia uses the same Gk104 GPU for the new GTX 660 Ti cards, the same PCB and cooling design will be used as well. But the company is doing its best to cut costs and many expected the reference design to be a little more modest on the PCB and cooling side.
That doesn’t seem to be the case here, and the new GeForce GTX 660 Ti video card from PNY shows that the reference design sticks to the GTX 670
Although many expected to see the GTX 660 to GTX 660 Ti differentiation to be made based on the memory interface, it’s now quite clear that the GeForce GTX 660 will reportedly
come with a 192-bit memory BUS also.
The Ti card has 1344 CUDA cores, a 915 MHz default GPU frequency, 980 MHz GPU Boost option and the standard 6008 MHz effective GDDR5 memory frequency.