Alright, here we have the NVIDIA reference GeForce GTX 670. Overall a good dark looking card. Let's look at the card from several different viewpoints. The GTX 670 card is quite good looking with the black colored monitor connectors and an updated cooler.
The card is equipped with the GK104 GPU that harbors the new Kepler architecture we just spoke about. You get the basics like the graphics card, PEG converter cables, manual and a demo and driver CD, though bundles will vary with AIB/AIC partners.
The GeForce GTX 670 will come with two GB of graphics memory, that's definitely enough if you are a hardcore gamer with a monitor resolution of 1920x1200. If you plan to game on triple monitors with SLI etc, 4 GB models should become an option as well.
The base clock speed of the GeForce GTX 670 is 915MHz. The typical Boost Clock speed is 980MHz. The Boost Clock speed is based on the average GeForce GTX 670 card running a wide variety of games and applications. That Boost clock will vary from game-to-game depending on certain power conditions.
The card is PCIe gen 3.0 compatible. Going from PCIe Gen 2 to Gen 3 doubles the bandwidth available to the add-on cards installed, from 500 MB/s per lane to 1 GB/s per lane.
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