Zotac unveils new GeForce GTX 660 Ti Extreme Edition further overclock
Following the launch of the new NVIDIA GTX 660 Ti and the good reviews it has received, many members joined in the manufacture of this product and is now
Zoltan Who improved his previous Zotac GeForce GTX 660 Ti AMP! Edition with the new GeForce GTX 660 Ti Extreme Edition, which seek to bring the GK 104 graphics core at higher frequencies thanks to a more aggressive factory overclock that AMP version! Edition to hit the market, which was already factory overclock.
Thus, it jumps frequencies 915MHz and 980MHz basis with Turbo Core (activated under load) that come in the NVIDIA reference model, to 1100MHz 1202MHz base and Turbo Core. Moreover, the reports go from 6000MHz up to 6600MHz standard in this new model Zotac.
As expected, maintaining the amount of CUDA cores and memory interface 192-bit, however, used a custom PCB design to accommodate a cooling system with nine 9mm heatpipes and two fans. In connectivity story, things do not change much, as there are two DVI ports and one HDMI.
The card is powered by two power connectors (one of eight and one six-pin), and supports configurations up to 3-Way SLI for three devices working in unison. No one knows anything about pricing or availability.
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