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Gainward GeForce GTX 670 Phantom revealed

Posted on Thursday, May 10 2012 @ 19:22:30 CEST by


Gainward also reveals two GeForce GTX 670 cards today; a stock model and a Phantom edition. The latter one features the firm's Phantom II cooling solution and comes with a 1006MHz base clockspeed, 1084MHz boost and 6108MHz memory, versus the stock clockspeeds of 915/980/6008MHz.
Gainward GTX 670 Phantom, continue the elegant design of the first generation. The new Phantom II comes with brand new fins design (patent pending) that introduces

1)Better thermal performance
2)Lower acoustic level
3)More solid structure than previous generation. With this new outstanding innovated thermal design and optimized product design Gainward GTX 670 Phantom delivers an extreme gaming performance for enthusiast gamers.

  • Extreme silent acoustics in 2D / idle mode
    With the Phantom II cooler, Gainward GTX 670 Phantom gets 5.7dB quieter or 40% lower than reference board under 2D operation or idle mode.

  • Extreme cool & silent in 3D heavy loading under factory over-clocked speed
    Thanks to the Phantom II cooler, Gainward GTX 670 Phantom with factory over-clocked speed performs 6°C lower GPU temperature than reference board with reference clock as well as 4dB lower acoustics level.




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