The GTX 670 is generally NVIDIA’s entry into the more high end yet down to earth segment, bringing together power that isn’t that far removed from the GTX 680, while packaging it in a more realistic two-slot and twin 6-pin form factor so it fits in almost any case and doesn’t put too much strain on power supplies.
Like other recent graphics card releases from ASUS, this one also uses DIGI+ VRM power delivery for more accurate and cleaner power, as well as a better jumping off point for overclocking.
Tough backplate like on many other DirectCU cards, helps keep it all together while reducing noise and aiding in heat abatement. Really like this all-carbon look of the card, nicely aesthetic.
The card itself measures 10.7″ x 5.4″ x1.7″ and takes up two PCI Express slots. You will need two 6-pin power connectors to get it working. Maybe not as extreme as the 680 or Radeon 7970, the GTX 670 is an impressive card in every way, made even better with great and quiet cooling and several nice extras for OC seekers. This is one more reason to consider making the move to 28nm.