NVIDIA’s latest GeForce GTX 670 is a stunning card, offering fantastic performance at a very reasonable price. At its US$399 price point, it completely decimates the competition. In fact, it is so fast and offers so much value for money that it makes even the flagship GeForce GTX 680 look a bit silly. If you haven’t read our full review, we suggest you do so first to get up to speed on just how much we love this new card from NVIDIA. We've even got a couple of custom edition cards tested in the article such as the ASUS GTX 670 DirectCU II TOP and the Palit Palit GeForce GTX 670 JetStream.
Today, we are following up our review with our analysis of the GeForce GTX 670’s performance in a 2-way SLI configuration. Our biggest and possibly only misgiving with the GeForce GTX 670 was its slightly noisy cooler, so in an SLI setup, it’ll be interesting to see how loud the cooler gets. Elsewhere, we’ll be keen to see just how well the combined 2688 CUDA cores will perform. Will it be capable of topping the dual-GPU GeForce GTX 690? Read on to find out.
To evaluate the GeForce GTX 570’s performance in a 2-way SLI configuration, we will be using our X58 setup which has the following specifications:
The full list of cards tested and driver versions used:
The list of benchmarks used: