GeForce GTX 670 Reviews Roundup
Posted on: 05/10/2012 05:09 PM

Here a roundup of today's GeForce GTX 670 reviews from Guru 3D, HardOCP, Anandtech, techPowerUp, Techspot, HotHardware, PureOverclock, Hi Tech Legion, OCC, Legit Reviews, PC Perspective, Hardware Heaven, Vortez, t-break, The Tech Report, ComputerBase, Tom's Hardware, Bjorn3D, Techradar, HardwareLUXX, and HT4U

Guru3D: Four GeForce GTX 670 (and 2/3-way SLI) reviews
Hello everybody, NVIDIA today launches their GeForce GTX 670 series graphics cards. Guru3D has prepared four separate GeForce GTX 670 articles, once reference, one 2 and 30way SLI review, an ASUS GTX 670 DirectCU II TOP review and a Palit GTX 670 JetsStream review

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HardOCP: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 Video Card Review
NVIDIA's next generation Kepler GPU continues with the launch of the GeForce GTX 670. This GPU is positioned to provide great performance at a price level $100 less than the GeForce GTX 680. Could this be the best performing $399 video card, besting even the Radeon HD 7950 We tell you all you need to know if $400 is your price range.

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Anandtech: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 Review Feat. EVGA: Bringing GK104 Down To $400
In a typical high-end GPU launch we’ll see the process take place in phases over a couple of months if not longer. The new GPU will be launched in the form of one or two single-GPU cards, with additional cards coming to market in the following months and culminating in the launch of a dual-GPU behemoth. This is the typical process as it allows manufacturers and board partners time to increase production, stockpile chips, and work on custom designs.

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techPowerUp: Palit GeForce GTX 670 JetStream 2 GB
Palit's GeForce GTX 670 JetStream comes with a decent overclock out of the box and uses the company's dual fan JetStream cooler which provides improved temperatures despite the overclock out of the box. With a price increase of only $20 over the reference design, the card seems a good choice if you want just a bit more.

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Techspot: Gainward GeForce GTX 670 Phantom Review
After many months of talking up its latest architecture, Nvidia reclaimed the single-GPU performance crown with its GeForce GTX 680, which outpaced the Radeon HD 7970 by about 7% in our tests. Kepler's arrival forced AMD to slash prices across its Southern Islands lineup, including a $70 drop on the HD 7970, putting it at $479 or about 4% cheaper than the GTX 680's MSRP of $499.

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HotHardware.com: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 Reviews, EVGA and Gigabyte
Hot on the heels of the impressive, dual-GPU powered GeForce GTX 690, which launched just a few short days ago, NVIDIA is already back with a much more affordable Kepler variant featuring a slightly pared down GK104 GPU. What's perhaps most interesting to all of you though, is that this new card will offer near-GeForce GTX 680 performance, at prices starting under the $400 mark.

The new GeForce GTX 670 we'll be showing you here today sports the very same chip that powers the high-end GeForce GTX 680 and 690, but with a few shader cores disabled. The cards will sport a more compact design and a few other tweaks as well...

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PureOverclock: Gigabyte GTX 670 Windforce
Nvidia is looking to continue the Kepler success we saw in the GTX 680 with today's launch of the GTX 670, the latest card in the Kepler arsenal. Sharing the same DNA as the flagship GTX 680, this new card is poised to offer the same innovations, but at $100 lower, to be a bit more accessible to gamers who aren't quite well-heeled enough for the flagship card. One of those custom cards is the Gigabyte GTX 670 Windforce, a sleek behemoth that sports a triple-fanned cooler, increased Base Clock speeds, and a Boost Clock potential that appears to be second to none. What you really need to know is this card runs cool like the underside of your pillow on a hot summer night. And fast enough to knock your current graphics card back into last year.

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Hi Tech Legion: Gigabyte GeForce GTX 670 Windforce 3X OC 2GB DirectX 11 Video Card Review
The Gigabyte GTX 670 comes factory overclocked with a 980MHz base clock and a custom PCB as well as heatsink design. The Gigabyte GTX 670 video card is outfitted with the Windforce 3X cooling system comprised of a DHT heatsink with the patent pending Triangle Cool technology design, RAM heatsink plate and three ultra-quiet PWM fans which not only effectively lower GPU temperatures but barely produce any noise as well. Armed with 1344 CUDA cores and 2GB of GDDR5 on a 256-bit bus, the Gigabyte GTX 670 video card is capable of delivering next-generation GeForce performance that leaves the competition in the dust.

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OCC: NVIDIA GTX 670 Review
The GTX 670, when run at the default speed setting, showed a nice increase in clock speed above the 980MHz GPU Boost clock speed in many games with as high as 1097MHz on the GPU core or 100MHz over the default boost clock. This is because the GPU was staying underneath the 100% power target. Still a clock speed of 1231MHz (as high as 1245MHz) is over 300Mhz faster than the base clock speed on the GK104 core and 138MHz higher on the GDDR5 memory (6552MHz QDR). When running through the benchmark suite with the GTX 670 overclocked we saw measurable gains in performance across the board in each game tested.

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Legit Reviews: NVIDIA & EVGA GeForce GTX 670 2GB Video Card Review
What happens when you disable one of the Streaming Multiprocessor (SMX) units on the NVIDIA GK104 processor used for the GeForce GTX 680 video card? If you answered that you come up with a GeForce GTX 670 video card that is available for $100 less, you are on the right track! Read on to see how the new GeForce GTX 670 2GB video card performs when we put it to the test!

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Hardware Heaven: GEFORCE GTX 670 Launch Review
The GTX 670 takes the features of the GTX 680 and tweaks the configuration to hit a lower price point while still being competitive. We have two custom, factory overclocked GTX 670 cards on our test bench and will be putting them up against overlocked versions of the GTX 680, GTX 570, 7970 and 7950 to find out how each enhanced model performs when paired with an i7 CPU at 5.0GHz.

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PC Perspective: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 2GB Graphics Card Review - Kepler for $399
While the graphics power found in the new GeForce GTX 690, the GeForce GTX 680 and even the Radeon HD 7970 are incredibly impressive, if we are really honest with ourselves the real meat of the GPU market buys options much lower than $999. Today's not-so-well-kept-secret release of the GeForce GTX 670 attempts to bring the price to entry of the NVIDIA Kepler architecture down to a more attainable level while also resetting the performance per dollar metrics of the GPU world once again.

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Neoseeker: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 Launch Review
The GTX 670 takes the beast that was the GTX 690 and actually makes it reasonably affordable while still delivering performance. Neoseeker is on board again to deliver launch day findings for NVIDIA's $399 version of their new Kepler GPU.

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t-break: Nvidia & Zotac GTX 670 (AMP! Edition) Review
We have posted a new article, 'Nvidia & Zotac GTX 670 (AMP! Edition) Review'

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techPowerUp: ASUS GeForce GTX 670 Direct CU II 2 GB
ASUS has taken the great GTX 670 and improved it by putting their DirectCU II cooler on it, which provides whisper quiet cooling. The card is also overclocked out of the box and uses a custom PCB supporting software voltage control. Overall the card received a perfect ten score!

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Vortez: NVIDIA GTX 670 Review
The GTX670 is heavily based on the GTX680, having a very similar core that while trimmed back from the flagship GTX680, still retains its Kepler foundations. With 7 SMX units, one less than the GTX680, the GTX670 still carries 1344 CUDA cores. The GTX670 also inherits the GTX680's memory subsystem configuration of 8x256MB modules (2GB) which are kept in check by four 64-bit memory controllers making a 256-bit memory interface. The baseclock of the GTX670 is set to 915MHz with a typical GPU Boost speed of 980MHz depending on load conditions. This along with a 6008MHz memory data rate makes for some impressive figures which will hopefully be translated to our screens in terms of performance.

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The Tech Report: TR reviews the GeForce GTX 670
This is the more affordable GK104 variant you've been waiting for, folks.

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techPowerUp: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 2 GB
Today NVIDIA launches their new GeForce GTX 670 which aims to bring incredible performance levels at more affordable pricing. We see the new $399 card cruise past HD 7970 in many of our tests which will put additional pressure on AMD. Even against NVIDIA's own GTX 680 the performance difference is relatively small.

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ComputerBase: Nvidia GeForce GTX 670 (German)
Mit der GeForce GTX 670 tritt die zweite Kepler-Grafikkarte mit einer GPU in den Ring. Als Gegner hat Nvidia die AMD Radeon HD 7950 auserkoren, die geschlagen werden soll. Um das zu erreichen, vertraut man wie bei der GeForce GTX 680 auf die GK104-GPU, deaktiviert einige Einheiten, fährt die Taktraten herunter, lässt die Features aber gleich.

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Tom's Hardware: GeForce GTX 670 2 GB Review: Is It Already Time To Forget GTX 680?
Not like it was ever really widely available anyway, right? The GeForce GTX 670 offers most of GK104's on-chip resources, doesn't give up much performance, and costs $100 less. Now, let's see if Nvidia can make enough of them to satisfy demand.

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Bjorn3D: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 2GB Video Card
Could it be that NVIDIA's latest GeForce GTX 670 can beat AMD's flagship 7900 series graphics cards at a lower cost? Keep reading to find out!

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Bjorn3D: GIGABYTE GTX 670 OC
The GIGABYTE GTX 670 OC is a veritable force to be reckoned with not only for price versus performance, but in quality thermal design. Read on to find out!

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Techradar: Nvidia GeForce GTX 670
The Nvidia GeForce GTX 670 is here to make a real name for the Kepler architecture in the more mainstream segment of the graphics card market. Since we saw the first Kepler card, the Nvidia GeForce GTX 680, in cool, crisp sunny San Francisco, we've been itching to get our mitts on the more sensibly priced versions of the new architecture.

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Techradar: Nvidia GeForce GTX 670 sticks the boot in
Nvidia has just launched its latest 28nm Kepler graphics card, the Nvidia GeForce GTX 670. The follow-up to the terribly powerful Nvidia GeForce GTX 680 represents the second tier of its new generation of graphics cards and it's quite a beast.

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HardwareLUXX: 4x NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 und SLI (German)
Vor genauer eine Woche präsentierte NVIDIA die GeForce GTX 690 und damit den Dual-GPU-Ableger von "Kepler". Eigentlich hätte man zunächst die kleineren Modelle erwartet, doch NVIDIA wollte wohl erst einmal für klare Verhältnisse sorgen. Heute nun ist es soweit und NVIDIA geht mit der GeForce GTX 670 den ersten Schritt in die Mittelklasse. "Build from the same DNA as the GTX 680" - so umschreibt NVIDIA den Aufbau der GeForce GTX 670 und trifft damit ins Schwarze. Zum Einsatz kommt die leicht beschnittene GK104-GPU mit reduziertem Takt. Den Speicherausbau hat man nicht angetastet, ebenso wie das Featureset mit "GPU Boost". Der Gegenspieler sollte eigentlich Radeon HD 7950 heißen, doch NVIDIA selbst spricht von Augenhöhe zur Radeon HD 7970. Auf den kommenden Seiten werden wir diesen Versprechungen auf den Grund gehen.

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HT4U: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 von Palit im Test (German)
NVIDIA geht in die nächste Runde. Nach der Vorstellung der GeForce GTX 690 und der GTX 680, schickt man die GeForce GTX 670 ins Rennen. Dabei handelt es sich weiterhin um einen GK104-Chip, welchen NVIDIA nun allerdings in seinen Einheiten und Taktraten beschnitten hat, um ein kleineres Modell bieten zu können. Was diese GTX 670 zu bieten hat, muss sie im heutigen Test unter Beweis stellen.

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