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EVGA delivers GeForce GTX 660 and 650 cards

Posted on Thursday, September 13 2012 @ 22:55:24 CEST by

Last but not least in our GTX 660/650 lineup is EVGA.

The company has a GeForce GTX 650 with the reference clockspeeds (1058MHz core and GDDR5 clocked at 5000MHz), as well as a GTX 650 SC with 1202MHz base and 5000MHz memory. The two models are available with either 1GB GDDR5 or 2GB GDDR5, for a total of four different GTX 650 cards. All four cards share the same cooling solution.


The GeForce GTX 660 on the other hand is available in six versions. The GeForce GTX 660 SC for instance comes in 2GB, 3GB, 2GB Signature 2 and 3GB Signature 2 variants. 3GB GDDR5 is something we haven't seen on other GeForce GTX 660 cards, so EVGA is pretty unique with these models. All four cards share the same (overclocked) clockspeeds; a 1046MHz base, 1111MHz core and 6008MHz memory. This compares to stock clockspeeds of 980/1033/6008MHz. The Signature 2 variants come with a custom cooling solution that promises 15 percent better cooling.

The other two parts are the 2GB and 3GB GeForce GTX 660 FTW Signature 2 cards. These models also have the Signature 2 cooler and take GPU's clockspeed up a notch to 1072MHz base and 1137MHz boost. The memory clockspeed remains the same.




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