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GIGABYTE GTX 670 Performance Review, Directly With A Powerful OC Version

GIGABYTE again presents its latest graphics card, the GIGABYTE GTX 670. Unlike the previous series, this time at its launch GIGABYTE presents direct OC version for GTX 670 series.

The sales package when you first opened.

For cooling system, this time GIGABYTE uses Windforce 3X with Cool Technology Triangle which will perfect to dispose heat and preventing inter-fan turbulence.

GIGABYTE GTX 670 uses two-part aluminum fins that cover board evenly. Both parts are connected using copper heatpipes to dissipate heat evenly throughout aluminum fins surface.

By using three pieces copper heatpipe heat distributed evenly throughout aluminum fins surface.

On the display Port there are 2 x DVI-I, 1 x HDMI, and 1 x Display Port that can be used for four monitors at once.

Two SLI Bridge connector on GTX 670 for SLI configurations.

GIGABYTE GTX OC version uses 1 x 6-pin power and 1 x 8-pin power.

In the sales package, in addition to CD driver and manual guide, GIGABYTE GTX 670 just include molex to 6-pin power and molex to 8-pin power.

GIGABYTE GTX 670 Specifications:

 Chipset: GeForce GTX 670
 Process technology: 28 nm
 Core clock: 980 MHz
 Boost clock: 1058 MHz
 Memory clock: 6008 MHz
 Memory size: 2046 MB
 Memory Bus: 256 bit
 Memory Type: GDDR5
 Interface: PCIe v3.0
 DirectX: 11
 Open GL: 4.2
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Muhammad Azam

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  1. I’d like to see a poll for this card. I can’t get mine to run (numerous games and benchmarks) longer than 5 mins. without a horrendous crash requiring a hard reboot. Waiting for manufacturer feedback…

  2. Maybe a false contact of the gpu with the cooler, your card would overheat and crash the application. Try to monitor your benchmarks and see in what range of temps your card run.

    1. Good thought. Temps never go above 62. Clock speeds go as high as 1175 MHz, which I don’t think is normal. I think my best bet is a return. Problem is these are no longer in stock, at least for the price I paid.

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