Conclusion: GeForce GTX 670 cards should be available immediately, with prices starting at $399 for 2GB models. The EVGA GeForce GTX 670 2GB Superclocked edition we looked at will be priced at around $419, but EVGA has a lower-priced stock model coming at $399 too, along with a couple of 4GB versions that come in around $469 (stock) and $489 (superclocked). The Gigabyte GeForce GTX 670 OC Version with Windforce cooler should be priced in the same range.
Summary: It looks like NVIDIA took their highly successful GK104 graphics processor and tried to reduce cost of all the other components as much as possible. We see a tiny PCB, low-cost cooler and conservative component selection. Normally this should be a recipe for disaster. But that's not the case with the GeForce GTX 670. While the card feels like a wimp, it becomes a champ once you feed it some graphics.
Pros: Good performance increase over last generation, Very power efficient, Good overclocking potential, Fair price, Up to four active displays now, makes surround possible with one card, Support for PCI-Express 3.0 and DirectX 11.1, Support for CUDA and PhysX
Cons: Cooler not as quiet as other GTX 670 cards, Memory not cooled, Dynamic OC can't be turned off, Manual overclocking more complicated than before, No technology similar to AMD's ZeroCore power
Summary: Det har været en sand fornøjelse at teste PNY GeForce GTX670 2GB XLR8 SLi. Ydelsen har været rigtig god, og lagt i toppen af feltet hele testen igennem. Skaleringen har ligeledes været direkte imponerende. I samtlige tests har de to XLR8 kort domineret feltet. Imponerende god ydelse!