Earlier, we got some camera shots of Asus's smaller model of its GTX 670, with a DirectCU Mini cooler. Sadly, the pictures only showed us the side when it was installed in a system, but we couldn't see much of the fan or design. What we do know is that the graphics card is 17 cm long and only uses two expansion slots instead of three as we're accustomed to seeing from most DirectCU II coolers.
Now the folks over at Sweclockers have managed to get another picture of the GTX 670 from Asus, and here it is.
It seems that the main heatsink is built from aluminum with a copper vapor chamber over the GPU. Asus said that it won't be playing with the 6.0 GHz memory clock, but it will clock the GPU's core speed 26 MHz higher than the reference speed. Display outputs include two DVI outputs, HDMI and a DisplayPort.
The card will launch in April, with no word on pricing yet.