GeForce GTX 670 Review
GeForce GTX 670 is a high-end Graphics Card part of the 600 Series released by NVIDIA in 2012.
The Kepler architecture allows more SPUs but the Fermi SPUs (used on the 400 & 500 Series) are clocked twice as fast as the Kepler architecture. Therefore, don't let the large amount of Pipelines fool you, as the 1344 Pipelines are equivalent to 672 Pipelines of the Fermi architecture.
Just like GeForce GTX 680 it features the 'GPU Boost' technology that boost its core-clock to 980MHz, if necessary.
The TDP went from 219 Watts (GTX 570), to just 170 Watt, as two SPUs of the Kepler architecture consume 10% less power. However, the amount was doubled and so the power save is not as high as it could have been.
The performance is impressive and surpasses the famous GeForce GTX 580 according to own NVIDIA and so even the most demanding games will run smoothly at the highest settings.
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