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benchmarkreviews.com: NVIDIA Have enjoyed the fruits of their labors with the recent launch of Kepler, their latest ultra-efficient desktop GPU architecture. The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 seized the crown for graphics performance, but also has a price tag fit for kings. Now NVIDIA are back to address the needs of performance gamers with GeForce GTX 670, using the same GK104 GPU found in GTX 680 along with 2GB of GDDR5 memory running at the same clock speeds. For around $399 the GeForce GTX 670 matches price to the AMD Radeon HD 7950, yet performs to the level of Radeon HD 7970. In this article Benchmark Reviews tests the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 video card against the leading competition, including the GeForce GTX 570 that it replaces.
bit-tech.net: Since the arrival of the GTX 680 2GB at the end of March, Nvidia has looked pretty comfortable at the top of the graphics market. The 680 2GB roundly surpassed AMD?s competitor, the HD 7970 3GB, and to add insult to injury, Nvidia has since beaten AMD to the release of a 28nm dual-GPU in the shape of the GTX 690 4GB.
guru3d.com: GeForce GTX 680, GeForce GTX 690, what's missing... oh heck yeah, it's the GeForce GTX 670! NVIDIA's GK04 based graphics cards are going and selling well. The actual amount/volume available of these graphics cards could increase a little sure, but overall these products have been received quite well in the market.
hardocp.com: NVIDIA's next generation Kepler GPU continues with the launch of the GeForce GTX 670. This GPU is positioned to provide great performance at a price level $100 less than the GeForce GTX 680. Could this be the best performing $399 video card, besting even the Radeon HD 7950? We tell you all you need to know if $400 is your price range.
hardwareheaven.com: The GTX 670 takes the features of the GTX 680 and tweaks the configuration to hit a lower price point while still being competitive. We have two custom, factory overclocked GTX 670 cards on our test bench and will be putting them up against overlocked versions of the GTX 680, GTX 570, 7970 and 7950 to find out how each enhanced model performs when paired with an i7 CPU at 5.0GHz.
hardwaresecrets.com: Let?s check the performance of the EVGA GeForce GTX 670 SuperClocked, which competes with AMD?s Radeon HD 7950.
hothardware.com: Hot on the heels of the impressive, dual-GPU powered GeForce GTX 690, which launched just a few short days ago, NVIDIA is already back with a much more affordable Kepler variant featuring a slightly pared down GK104 GPU. What?s perhaps most interesting to all of you though, is that this new card will offer near-GeForce GTX 680 performance, at prices starting under the $400 mark.
legitreviews.com: NVIDIA has done a remarkable job with the GeForce GTX 670 and it is the card to buy right now. The performance is close to that of a GeForce GTX 680 and the price tag is $100 lower, so there really isn't much bad to say about the card. The performance, power usage, appearance and overclocking abilities are all in order. The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 is a great graphics card that is going to bring a world of hurt to AMD...
ninjalane.com: Gigabyte GTX670 OC Video Card Review The Gigabyte GV-N670OC-GD2 has many things going for it starting with the new GTX 670 GPU. This may be a cut down version of the GTX 680 but it has plenty of power for most games and some to spare in others. Most of that power comes from the impressive decent factory overclock which was due, in part, to the custom designed PCB and Windforce thermal solution.
techpowerup.com: ZOTAC's GTX 670 AMP! Edition is built around an unmodified NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 PCB which provides a great foundation, on top of which ZOTAC is using a large triple slot cooler. GPU clock has been bumped by well over 100 MHz, which lets the card surpass GTX 680 in our testing, with a 3% performance lead.
techreport.com: This is the more affordable GK104 variant you've been waiting for, folks.
techspot.com: After many months of talking up its latest architecture, Nvidia reclaimed the single-GPU performance crown with its GeForce GTX 680, which outpaced the Radeon HD 7970 by about 7% in our tests. Kepler's arrival forced AMD to slash prices across its Southern Islands lineup, including a $70 drop on the HD 7970, putting it at $479 or about 4% cheaper than the GTX 680's MSRP of $499.
tweaktown.com: Today we see the new NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 670 officially launch and we check out what Palit is doing with its JetStream model.
vortez.net: The GTX670 is heavily based on the GTX680, having a very similar core that while trimmed back from the flagship GTX680, still retains its Kepler foundations. With 7 SMX units, one less than the GTX680, the GTX670 still carries 1344 CUDA cores. The GTX670 also inherits the GTX680's memory subsystem configuration of 8x256MB modules (2GB) which are kept in check by four 64-bit memory controllers making a 256-bit memory interface. The baseclock of the GTX670 is set to 915MHz with a typical GPU Boost speed of 980MHz depending on load conditions. This along with a 6008MHz memory data rate makes for some impressive figures which will hopefully be translated to our screens in terms of performance.
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This is a post from the OpenBenchmarking.org Blog. NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 Reviews was posted in Product Launches on Thursday, 10 May 2012.