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    Default GeForce GTX 660Ti Specifications and Launch Date released

    According to the latest set of specifications scored by SweClockers, NVIDIA's upcoming performance-segment GPU, the GeForce GTX 660 Ti, is not much different from the GTX 670. The GTX 660 Ti is based on the 28 nm GK104 GPU, with 1,344 CUDA cores enabled - the same number as that on the GTX 670. What's more, the clock speeds don't differ between the two, either - 915 MHz core, 980 MHz GPU Boost, and 6.00 GHz GDDR5-effective memory.

    The memory amount stays 2 GB, as well. It's just that the memory bus width is reduced from 256-bit to 192-bit, resulting in 25% lower memory bandwidth. The 2 GB of memory is spread across the 192-bit memory bus, probably with four chips using 32-bit wide paths each, with four other chips sharing two 32-bit wide paths. NVIDIA is known for pulling off such memory configurations, like it did with the GeForce GTX 550 Ti.
    The other major component of the SweClockers report is the launch date. According to the source, NVIDIA will launch the GeForce GTX 660 Ti on August 16. We predict that the GamesCom event held in Cologne, Germany, which opens to the public on the same day, could serve as a launch-pad.

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    naaaahhhhh. . . . . .i don' think it's trustable.nv eto dumbass na j shref mem bus width komaiya lower tier er kono card bechbo.mem clock barailei to mem bw bare.

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    you cant change the bus width by overclocking or something if i am not mistaken. You can however improve the clockspeed. So there will be always a difference between gtx 670 and 660.

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    core count o nishchoy komabe. I hope khub beshi difference thakbena 660 and 670 er moddhe, just like 680 and 670

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    Gtx 660ti vs amd 7850 kono bench reveal hoise? And price kamon hoite pare aitar?

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    First I wanted to rage after reading this, then I thought about it....GTX460 768MB and 1GB versions had the same difference in bus-width, but the performance difference between the two was significant. Of course OCing will probably put it on par with a 670 just like OCing 670 puts it on par with the 680.

    If this indeed is true and retails for $300, AMD will be in a very tough spot...right now they have the mid-range segment open all to themselves. I hope they do the appropriate thing and drop prices rather then releasing even more cards just to fight off the 660ti.

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    BD-te non TI ki 25K-te pawa jabe na?

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    460 768mb had lower number of ROP's too & indeed the memory size bottlenecked that in most of the situations.
    basically wider data bus or higher frequency both is to support faster data transfer rate. hence theoretically it is possible to achieve same transfer rate by OCing the vram(considering other specs are identical) but it depends on the OC capability of that specific card.
    Last edited by @nonymous™; July 27th, 2012 at 03:21.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xK0ZAKx View Post
    you cant change the bus width by overclocking or something if i am not mistaken. You can however improve the clockspeed. So there will be always a difference between gtx 670 and 660.
    lemme tell u something very clearly.u can increase mem bandwidth by 2 ways:increase bus width or increase clock speed.660 ti e same smx count thakleu u can achieve stock 670 bandwidth via increasing mem clock NOT THE BW(u must have mistaken me as m tellin u buswidth.no u can't increase buswidth).nv jodi erom korto taile to mainshera vram chip er upor a.m. heatsink bosaiya oc korlei hoilo.r tader (bdeshi policy er) kolyane tara 670 kineu 30-day or 15-day er moddhe card retailer k pherot dibar pare.so nv wudn't think of making 660ti nd 670 same.nd OT:BTW kalke ekta anandtech forums er thread e dekhlam 670 reference er pcd eto choto j vram chip pcb er backside eo bosano lage

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gtx660 View Post
    lemme tell u something very clearly.u can increase mem bandwidth by 2 ways:increase bus width or increase clock speed.660 ti e same smx count thakleu u can achieve stock 670 bandwidth via increasing mem clock NOT THE BW(u must have mistaken me as m tellin u buswidth.no u can't increase buswidth).nv jodi erom korto taile to mainshera vram chip er upor a.m. heatsink bosaiya oc korlei hoilo.r tader (bdeshi policy er) kolyane tara 670 kineu 30-day or 15-day er moddhe card retailer k pherot dibar pare.so nv wudn't think of making 660ti nd 670 same.nd OT:BTW kalke ekta anandtech forums er thread e dekhlam 670 reference er pcd eto choto j vram chip pcb er backside eo bosano lage
    Bus Width change kora jai gpu te seta jantam na but eta jantam je memory clock increase kora jai. Gtx 670 can also be overclocked as well so the performance gap will remain.

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    I'm so eagerly waiting for this card, if it's like the 460 of this generation then that would be awesome.

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    why 192 bit >_< that sucks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loners Persona -.- View Post
    why 192 bit >_< that sucks!
    That's a new market strategy for Nvidia i guess

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    GeForce GTX 660 Ti 256-bit version Planned

    Chinese website redquasar has leaked some interesting bit of information regarding a 256-bit version of GeForce GTX 660 Ti.

    Apparently, there are two models of GTX 660 Ti, which differ in memory bus width and CUDA cores count. The one, which specifications were leaked few days ago, has 1344 CUDA cores and 192-bit interface. However, this model cannot beat the Radeon HD 7870, so NVIDIA came up with a new version with 256-bit instead, but also a castrated amount of cores – 1152.

    The leaker says that this is a non-public version of the GTX 660 Ti, which is equipped with two 6-pin power connectors, while the 192-bit version would have only one. Card has a clocks of 980/1123/6000 MHz for base, boost and effective memory respectively. According to the source, card can reach a score of 2700 points in 3DMark11 Extreme Preset. That’s a score of Radeon HD 7970. What is more, it’s only 8% worse than GTX 670. Card can easily be overclocked to 1.2 GHz, just like other GK104 GPUs. Card is a dual-slot, short PCB model with two DVI’s, DP and a HDMI output.

    NVIDIA is struggling whether to release a 192-bit version which will not beat HD 7870, or 256-bit model which will affect the sales of GTX 670. Author of the post is expected to provide a GPU-Z screen-shot, so we might verify this information.

    In my opinion, this is actually the GTX 660 Ti graphics card, while a 192-bit model is a non-Ti. This would make sense, unless NVIDIA slightly decreases the clocks of Ti model, because it’s too close to GTX 670. Also, 1344 CUDA cores in non-Ti variant may not be true after all, so I changed the specs a bit, we will see if those are true in a short while.

    You can read the source page, it’s partially in English.

    http://www.guru3d.com/news/geforce-g...rsion-planned/

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    I guess the 192 bit will be the non ti version. i mean this will do for nvidia. Ti equipped with 256bit n non ti 192 bit. well all are rumors.

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    GeForce GTX 560, 550 Series Discontinuation to Quickly Follow GTX 660 Ti, 650 Launch

    NVIDIA will expand its new generation of graphics processors into cost-effective price points with the launches of GeForce GTX 660 Ti, GTX 660, and GTX 650, in the August-September time-frame. According to a DonanimHaber report, the products the three are replacing, the GeForce 560 Ti, GTX 560, and GTX 550 Ti; will closely follow launches of the new GPUs. When a product discontinuation notice for a particular product is issued, distributors are set a last day for placing orders for it.

    After fulfilling the last orders, the product's status is changed to End of Life (EOL). To consumers, this news comes as a heads up, if they plan to buy any of the three SKUs on the chopping block, at their currently-attractive prices. The GeForce GTX 560 Ti is available on US retail website Newegg.com for as low as $179.99 (after rebate), the GTX 560 goes for as low as US $149.99 (after rebate), and the GTX 550 Ti for as low as $114.99. One can also deduce that NVIDIA will have healthy inventories of the new GPUs on launch.



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    EVGA GeForce GTX 660 Ti Cooler Pictured
    Launch of NVIDIA's next cash-cow graphics processor, the GeForce GTX 660 Ti, is not too far away, and we're getting pictures of some of the first AIC partner-branded graphics cards based on it. The pictures reveal an EVGA GeForce GTX 660 Ti Signature Edition graphics card cooling solution, complete with the GTX 660 Ti labeling.

    The EVGA GeForce GTX 660 Ti will look not much different from GeForce GTX 670 and GTX 680 Signature Edition graphics cards by the company, as we've been told on several occasions that the GTX 660 Ti is based on the same GeForce Kepler 104 GPU as the two. It's also likely that AIC partners could recycle the PCB design of their GTX 670 graphics cards, as they're generally extremely cost-effective.


    EVGA employed a lateral-flow cooler design with its GTX 660 Ti Signature Edition. The cooler uses a blower to guide air through a dense stack of aluminum channels, where heat is dissipated. These channels draw heat from the GPU and surrounding memory chips, using what appears to be a vapor-chamber plate. The Expreview report also reiterated the specifications of GTX 660 Ti, which have been doing rounds in the media since last week: 1,344 CUDA cores, 112 TMUs, 24 ROPs, 192-bit GDDR5 memory interface, and 2 GB memory.

    Source: Expreview

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