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Old 03-21-12, 10:25 PM   #49
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less then 3-4hrs i think


http://www.newegg.com/GTX680/?nm_mc=...rd-_-promoword



Well its 4am here, lol im off to bed
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Old 05-02-12, 04:53 PM   #50
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http://videocardz.com/32601/colorful...x-670-pictured







Wow I am stunned looked at the back pic only to find GTX 670 packed into a tiny PCB, that explained people wondered why 2 x 6 pins power connectors moved nearly to the middle of the card.

It will be very interest to see if GTX 670 in a tiny PCB can overclock well to match GTX 680 peformance.
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Wow GTX 670 PCB is shorter than GTS 450 PCB.



http://translate.google.com/translat....shtml&act=url

Unfortunately GTX 670 PCB is blurred.

Nvidia sell GTX 670 cards with smaller PCB than GTS 450 will turn into huge profit margins.
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Finally a clear pic of GTX 670 PCB!



Wow what a very tiny PCB.

First GTX 670 & GTX 670 OC benchmark.



http://www.legitreviews.com/news/13041/
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Finally a clear pic of GTX 670 PCB!



Wow what a very tiny PCB.

First GTX 670 & GTX 670 OC benchmark.



http://www.legitreviews.com/news/13041/

Wow its tiny, whats the release date on the GTX 670s?
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Wow its tiny
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Wow its tiny, whats the release date on the GTX 670s?
I dont know when it will be official release, GTX 670 cards had been stockpiled in shops for 2 weeks now. Here was rumoured GTX 670 would be launched along with GTX 690 on 28 April and nothing happened then another rumour appeared there would be GTX 670 launch on the same day as GTX 690 reviews on 3 May but never happened. Here are rumours that it could be launch later now on 5 May, if it not then wait until 10 May, if it still not launch then you can wait until 15 May.
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At first i thought its a bad photoshop joke, such small pcb and to sell at that price yeiks



Imo it wont OC much with 4pwm, just like GTX680 (max 1280mhz) and smaller pcb is another crippler.


Although its what i expected, just a little faster then 580gtx & 660TI a bit faster then 570gtx
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