About this Product
The GTX 670 is designed to offer best-in-class performance while fitting into a more affordable price segment compared to the GTX 680 or HD 7970.
The GTX 670 uses the same GK-104 graphics processing unit as the GTX 680, albeit slightly slimmed down. This means the GPU is built on the same 28nm fabrication process, has a die size of 295mm² and packs in a total of 3.54 billion transistors. The GTX 670 additionally features base and Boost clock speeds of 915MHz and 980MHz, respectively, making this the first Kepler graphics card to not boost over 1GHz. Additionally, the GTX 670 includes 4 Graphics Processing Clusters with 7 SMX units, giving the GTX 670 a total of 1344 CUDA cores, 32 ROPs, and 112 Texture units. The memory specs are exactly the same as the GTX 680, meaning it has a 2GB frame buffer that comes clocked at 1501MHz (6008MHz effective).