More details emerge of the upcoming NVIDIA GTX 660 Ti
On August 16 should lift the NDA -restraint to legally come to light official details on the upcoming video card Nvidia GTX 660 Ti, which is known to be based on the core GK104, however, has not specified Other essential features, which now become clearer thanks to information coming from the dark passages within the industry. So, rumors, but semi confirmed, so not to panic.
The thing is cleared the amount of shader processors and CUDA cores, which reach 1344 on the GPU. For a good memory, you know that this amount is the same as the view in VGA NVIDIA GTX 670, and in fact, the chips to be used in the GTX 660 Ti are the same as those for the GTX 670, being allocated to the latter model the higher-end products free of imperfections, while the rest will go to the GTX 660 Ti.
The difference between both, and imperfections? Two limitations: a 20W TDP and a lower memory bus 192-bit in the 660 Ti, so also is expected that this model is a good product to use during overclocking sessions. Well, actually we expect that and we have no idea what does the rest.
Link: Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 660 Ti Official Specs and Launch Date (Softpedia)Tags: CUDA, cuda cores, gk104, gpu, GTX 660 Ti, GTX 670, Nvidia, NVIDIA GTX 660 Ti, shader processors