GTX 660 and 650 graphics cards spotted in abundance
Ryan Martin / 6 years ago
The launch of the Nvidia GeForce GTX 660 and GTX 650 are still at least 3 days away according to speculation. Yet versions of the GTX 660 and GTX 650 graphics cards have been spotted all over the internet from a large number of vendors.
All GTX 660s are powered by the GK106 core which packs 960 CUDA cores, 80 TMUs, 24 ROPs and a 2GB GDDR5 (192-bit) memory. The core clock is 980MHz with up to 1033MHz boost and 6GHz effective on the memory as standard. All GTX 650s have a GK107 core with CUDA 384 cores and 1GB of GDDR5 memory running across a 128-bit wide interface. The core clock is 1058MHz without boost and the memory at 6GHz.
The Zotac GTX 660 AMP! is an overclocked version of the GTX 660 and you can expect pricing of $229 to $249.
The MSI GTX 650 Power Edition is an overclocked version of the GTX 650, pricing is not known. The card will support the trademark “Power Edition” features including triple over-voltage for enhanced overclocking.
The EVGA GTX 660 SC and reference cards are priced at $249 and $229 respectively.
The EVGA GTX 650 SC, SC2GB and reference graphics cards are all planned. The reference model is expected to cost $149.
The Colorful iGame GTX 650 features an all custom PCB, with Turbo BIOS and uses a modified GK107 GPU that is expected to be different to the rest and hopefully give more performance. Expected pricing is $189.
The Gigabyte GTX 650 OC and reference models will cost $149 and $189-$199 respectively.