Nvidia is set to release its next Kepler-base GPU, the GTX 660 Ti, on or around August 16th.
Information coming out of Swedish website SweClockers has Nvidia set to release its new Kepler-based GTX 660 Ti, replacing the GTX 560 Ti. We originally reported that the GTX 660 Ti would not hit the market until Q3, but now all signs point to an August 16th release. Nvidia could be using the upcoming GamesCom event as the stage to release its new card.
|Specification||Geforce GTX 660 Ti||Geforce GTX 670|
|Technology||28 nm||28 nm|
|Base frequency||915 MHz||915 MHz|
|Boost Frequency||980 MHz||980 MHz|
|Amount of memory||GB 2 GDDR5||GB 2 GDDR5|
|Memory Frequency||6008 MHz||6008 MHz|
|TDP||150 W||170 W|
The GTX 660 Ti looks to be basically the same card as the GTX 670, except with 192-bit memory bus and a lower TDP of 150 W. It is based on the Kepler architecture with 1344 CUDA cores (192*7), and equipped with four video outputs (two DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort), and is powered via two 6-pin PCI Express connectors. We got an early glimpse of what a stock Evga GeForce GTX 660 Ti card looks like from a leaked image coming from Expreview.