Expreview is showing a photo of a geForce GTX 670 from inno3D called the iChill HerculesZ. The card comes with a rather HUGE modular cooler, actually the very same one used recently on the GTX 680.
The modular part is that the cooler allows you to remove the cover and three fans.
The PCB design is custom as well with a 5+2 phase VRM (instead of reference 4+2). Clock frequency wise the GTX 670 iChill HerculeZ clocks in at a 1020 MHz core with a 1098 MHz GPU Boost frequency. Again we see a manufacturer leaving the memory untouched, which is weird. A lot of performance can be found there. Display outputs include two dual-link DVI, and one each of HDMI and DisplayPort, here's a photo: