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post #601 of 1506
For GTX670, there is the reference short PCB and then there are long PCB which can either be the reference GTX680 PCB or one designed by the manufacturer (eg Gigabyte perhaps?).

Zotac GTX670 uses the GTX680 reference PCB.
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And, MSI GTX670 reference vs MSI GTX670 OC
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Note the MSI GTX670 OC also seems to use the reference GTX680 PCB
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(pic source: http://we.pcinlife.com/thread-1899607-1-1.html)
post #602 of 1506
Is that Zotac P/N ZT-60301-10P?
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Originally Posted by brettjv View Post

I also wanna say ... this whole mini PCB thing on the reference model is trippin' me out a little. Like, how can a board this small be this friggin fast, man?
Yeah this is confusing me also Brettjv rolleyes.gif How come that short PCB can deliver 9000 score in 3DMark 2011??
But after saw Marduke83's result I guess GTX670 is really capable to deliver that score, right?

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Originally Posted by GoldenTiger View Post

I'm curious myself, though I was planning on holding out for the Gigabyte OC one that people have in this thread since the results on them seem so good.
Hmm but Marduke83 has different result with OP/TS, anyway its a great card smile.gif congrats Tiger thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by rwchui View Post

This explains the conspiracy behind the current GTX 680 is really the GTX 670 Ti. redface.gif
And the GTX 670 that is being released on May 10th is the real GTX 670.
Just my speculations. rolleyes.gif

660 GTXTI=670GTX
670GTX=680GTX
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When the company received first GK100, GK104 and GK107 dies, the performance of GK104 shocked the company executives. Our sources were telling us that there was a genuine surprise from CEO to PR/Marketing/Sales teams, since GeForce GTX 660 part was outperforming GTX 580 by a significant margin. The decision was made to rebrand the part into GTX 660 and 670 Ti, with GK100 taking the role of head honcho. Then, AMD came out with Radeon HD 7970, the very first part based on its Southern Islands architecture. The performance unveiled was the reason why the author of these lines got multiple calls from NVIDIA insiders asking "Does AMD have hidden cores in the die? What did they disable?" However, with Southern Islands being AMD's first compute intensive part (just like G80/Tesla and GF100/Fermi were compute milestones for NVIDIA), the company had to sacrifice some efficiency/performance for their first true GPU compute architecture.

Read more: http://vr-zone.com/articles/how-the-geforce-gtx-690-is-a-prime-example-of-nvidia-reshaped-/15786.html#ixzz1uP02bwHQ

http://vr-zone.com/articles/how-the-geforce-gtx-690-is-a-prime-example-of-nvidia-reshaped-/15786.html
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post #607 of 1506
Guess the 680 block should fit on 670s with 680 pcbs like last gen then. cool.gif
post #608 of 1506
No NDA drop yet? tongue.gif Its already the 10th on half the world biggrin.gif

Or US west coast time 10th? that would be lame tongue.gif
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post #609 of 1506
(EDIT: quote with profanity removed ~ brettjv)

I bet every company keeps a few tricks up their sleeve. Just this time it's a bit more public. I bought two 680s, and I am not at all upset about this. Even if the 670s were the exact same, early adopters (680 owners) paid to have the technology first. That's worth 100 bucks...to me, at least. I think every 680 buyer knew in the back of their mind, or should have known, that buying flagship is never a good investment. There is a smaller gap (than what we're used to, anyway) between 2nd tier and flagship this go around, so what? Whether Nvidia used a mid-range chip in the 680 is irrelevant at this point. The card performs like a flagship, and due to such, it's being sold as one. The 2nd tier is performing right on the heels of that flagship card. That's great for buyers buying 2nd tier. As for flagship, well we have a bit less epeen this generation. Not to mention, we really don't want AMD going out of business, so it's actually pretty good that the 680 didn't just stomp the 7970--I really hope AMD is able to make a good profit during this GPU generation, and I hope they invest every penny of it in R&D and software development. We as consumers _need_ AMD to remain competitive and healthy, regardless of if we're Nvidia or AMD customers. I cannot imagine AMD getting dominated in both GPU _and_ CPU being good for us consumers long term.

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Oops, sorry about quoting that brettjv.
Edited by svthomas - 5/11/12 at 1:13pm
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post #610 of 1506
Gibbo (Overclockers UK purchasing manager) has said that the only Zotac GTX 670 to use a GTX 680 pcb is their 4GB flavour, so this looks the post here could be it!! But he has no ETA for it at the moment.



Galaxy / KFA2 GTX 670 pictures.

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Inno 3D iChill "Ice Dragon" Edition



Core 'stock' clock @ 1020mhz, memory @ 6200mhz effective.

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Best of all only 62C under full load apparently.
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EVGA GTX 670 pictured

Reference card version.

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Galaxy GTX 670 four-star / KFA2 GTX 670 EX OC

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Asus DirectCU II picture

I know the normal one will be clocked at 915/ boost: 980MHz and the TOP edition will be clocked at 1058/ boost: 1137MHz

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Edited by AzzaM - 5/9/12 at 2:48pm
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