Galaxy shows off its new graphics cards, including reference-based cards as wel as custom models.
The GeForce GTX 660 GC 2GB has a custom cooler. Clockspeeds are unknown, Galaxy's website was down at press time.
Galaxy Microsystems, a leading manufacturer of NVIDIA based graphics cards, announced today the GeForce GTX 660 GC 2GB.Built around NVIDIA’s new high performance GTX 660 GPU, The Galaxy GTX 660 GC 2GB offers mainstream PC gamers access to the latest advances in GPU technology and unheard of levels of graphics power without breaking the bank. The improved power handling and ultra-efficient cooling of Galaxy’s custom design deliver enhanced overclock potential and energy efficiency. The end result is better performance, low power requirements, and a fantastic overall value.
Similar to the Ti version, the foundation of the GTX 660 GC is a Galaxy custom PCB with significant design improvements, including an improved layout for more efficient signal path, high quality shielded inductors to maintain cleaner signal and eliminate coil whine, and thru-board ventilation to help keep power regulating components cool. The Galaxy Force Air bracket has been included as well to further facilitate the removal of heat from the system.
And here's the GeForce GTX 650 GC:
Galaxy Microsystems, a leading manufacturer of performance graphics cards, announced today the GeForce GTX 650 GC 1GB.The Galaxy GTX 650 GC is built around NVIDIA’s newest performance GPU and offers mainstream PC gamers access to the latest advances in GPU technology and excellent gaming performance at an incredible price. The improved power handling and ultra-silent cooling of Galaxy’s custom design delivers quieter and more realiable operation with increased energy efficiency. These features combined with factory overclocking for greater performance vs. reference to make the GTX 650 GC 1GB an outstanding value for gaming enthusiasts on a budget.
This new addition to the Kepler family of graphics cards is the first to offer GTX class performance and 600 series technologies in the price range of just over a hundred dollars, and it includes support for Adaptive Vertical Sync, PhysX, 3D Vision, and triple display Surround gaming. The custom Force Air bracket features full-slot ventilation with dual DVI outputs in addition to a mini-HDMI port for connection to an HDTV.