NVIDIA Launches GeForce GTX 660 OEM
Last week Nvidia launched its gpu GeForce GTX 660 Ti , which is available in versions with 2 and 3GB of graphics memory installed and prices from $299. Many users expect the Launch of the younger brother of the GPU: geforce gtx 660 “not you”, which offer slightly less performance, but at a lower price.
The GeForce GTX 660 is expected to be released next month, but Nvidia today launched its version for brand equipment manufacturers (OEM).
GeForce GTX 660 OEM
The new GPU core is based on gk104 Kepler, ie the same core as used in GeForce GPUs 690/680/670/660 Ti. Its specifications are:
- 1152 shader processors running at 823MHz.
- 1.5 and 3GB of GDDR5 memory with 192-bit bus operating at 1.5GHz (6Gbps).
- TDP of 130W.
- Support 4 screens.
- Bus PCIe 3.0.
Since 1152 has SPs can deduce that this chip has a core with a GPC disabled GK104 (a GPC in turn consists of two SMX, each with 192 shader processors).
Another curious thing about this issue is that even if your GPU is 130W TDP connectors has two six-pin power (225W), and we believe that this GPU should have a very good overclocking margin.
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