Asus GeForce GTX 660 Ti Dragon Revealed

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Asus has revealed its GeForce GTX 660 Ti Dragon graphics card, which much like the Dragon edition of the Radeon HD 7850, provides a distinct blue-accented design, moderate performance increases over the DirectCU II edition, and a slightly improved voltage regulator module (VRM).

The 660 Ti Dragon features a 1,150 MHz core clock, 2 GB of GDDR5 memory, a 192-bit memory interface, and a memory clock of 6,100 MHz. The card's cooling system seems functionally identical to Asus' GTX 660 Ti DirectCU II. TechPowerUp has speculated that it may feature a GPU electrical noise filter, similar to those found on MSI's GPU Reactor module.

Asus has stated that the GeForce GTX 660 Ti Dragon is primarily targeted towards the Greater China region and is unlikely to be officially released in Western Europe or North America.

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  • 25gtt
    haahah love it, so china gets "dragon" edition
    Does that mean US gets "Bald Eagle" edition?
    us aussies must then get the "Kangaroo" or "koala" edition yeah?

    marketing at its finest ;-)
  • CheesyHotDogPuff
    25gtthaahah love it, so china gets "dragon" editionDoes that mean US gets "Bald Eagle" edition?us aussies must then get the "Kangaroo" or "koala" edition yeah?marketing at its finest ;-)

    And us Canadians get beaver edition!
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  • slomo4sho
    Considering that the CU II is clocked at 967 MHz, a 1150 MHz factory overclock is impressive.

    It's a shame that this card is reserved for the Asia markets.
  • DarkSable
    Wait, what? We don't get to buy them? :(
  • ipwn3r456
    Why China region only? Are you serious?