Saturday, May 12, 2012

Zotac Geforce GTX 670 Extreme Edition Exposed

Latest info about ZOTAC’s GTX 670 Extreme Edition graphics card have been exposed which suggest that the card is based on a totally non reference design and a very beastly PCB design. It also features some of the most high class components ever used on a GTX 670. For example, the GK 104 along with its 2GB Hynix GDDR5 memory chips are powered by an 8+3Phase VRM equipped with the bleeding edge International Rectifier GaNpowIR driver-MOSFETs, server-grade tantalum capacitors, and FPCAP multi-phase capacitors, All driven by the CHiL CHL8318 VRM controller. The clock frequency is maintained at 1100MHz (core), 1200MHz (boost) while the memory clock was increased to 6600MHz from 6GHz on reference models. This beast of a card is powered by a 8+6 Pin connectors and voltage measurement points are located right next to them. ZOTAC has also included the OC+ module which is a USB controlled expansion card which fits in the drive bay located at the front of the PCB allowing for voltage/clock adjustments and GPU monitoring. Whereas the cooler itself is a mammoth featuring five 9mm heatpipes running through the dense aluminum fin array and cooled by dual fans. ZOTAC adds a backplate and a PCB supporter in the package. This card will hit the stores next month.

Source: Wccftech
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