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Thursday, 10 May 2012 14:00

Nvidia officially launches GTX 670 - Performance conclusion

Written by Sanjin Rados

GeForce GTX 670 thumb

Review:
Bunch of non reference designs, impresive performance

The tests show that overclocked GTX 670 cards tend to perform similarly to the HD 7970, but that the GTX 680 isn’t safe either.

In average, you can expect 40 percent better performance with the GTX 670, whereas more demanding DirectX 11 tasks will push this to a 50 percent difference when compared to the Fermi-based GTX 570, courtesy of Kepler architecture. GTX 470 is 1.5-2 times slower than the GTX 670.

Before we move onto pictures of various partners’ GTX 670 cards, we’ll advise you to check out the reviews of the GTX 670 Phantom and GTX 670 SC.

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