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Presenting GeForce GTX 660 Graphics Cards by NVIDIA Add-in Board Partners (Updated!)

Presenting GeForce GTX 660 Graphics Cards by NVIDIA Add-in Board Partners

NVIDIA has finally released its highly-anticipated GeForce GTX 660, after last month's launch of GeForce GTX 660 Ti.

Within the GTX 660 card series, this standard 660 version boasts average configurations, when compared to the Ti (highest end) and the SE (said to feature the the lowest clock speeds).

The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 is the first performance oriented Kepler card that does not adopt the GK104 core. In fact, it employs a completely fresh GPU core which was engineered distinctively for it - the GK106. Also, the GTX 660 can be acknowledged as NVIDIA's first true mid-range Kepler card.

Valued at an affordable US$229, here's a quick glance at all the cards by the respective add-in card partners ASUS, Gigabyte, MSI, and Palit:

  Main Specs Price in S$

Core Clock:
1072MHz / 1137MHz

Memory Clock: 6108MHz

Custom Cooler:
DirectCU II

$409

Core Clock:
1020MHz / 1085MHz

Memory Clock: 6008MHz
 

$399

Core Clock:
980MHz / 1033MHz

Memory Clock: 6008MHz
 

$389

Core Clock:
1033MHz / 1098MHz

Memory Clock: 6008MHz

Custom Cooler:
Windforce

 $345

Core Clock:
1033MHz / 1098MHz

Memory Clock: 6008MHz

Custom Cooler:
Twin Frozr II

 $399

 

Core Clock:
1006MHz / 1072MHz

Memory Clock: 6108MHz

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Core Clock:
980MHz / 1033MHz

Memory Clock: 6008MHz

 -

(4 versions sharing same basic specs; 2 versions equipped with the Signature 2 custom cooler)

Core Clock:
1046MHz / 1111MHz

Memory Clock: 6008MHz

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(2 versions)

Core Clock:
1072MHz / 1137MHz

Memory Clock: 6008MHz

Custom Cooler:
Signature 2
 

-

Core Clock:
1046MHz / 1111MHz

Memory Clock: 6608MHz

-

Core Clock:
993MHz / 1059MHz

Memory Clock: 6008MHz

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For those itching to find out how these new cards fare, you're in luck as we've got a shootout comparing three different GeForce GTX 660 graphics cards. So head over to read more about them!

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