EVGA’s upcoming GeForce GTX 660 and GTX 650 have been pictured and detailed thanks to egypthardware. Both GeForce GTX 660 and GTX 650 would launch on 13th September and details of the cards can be acquired below: EVGA GeForce GPU
EVGA GeForce GTX 660 Reference/SC:
The EVGA GTX 660 very much resembles its bigger brother (GTX 660Ti) as far as the design scheme goes while the core is based on the GK106 archtiecture which packs 960 Cores, 80 TMUs, 24 ROPs and a 2GB GDDR5 memory running at 6GHz effective frequency. The core clock of the card is set at 980MHz with Boost tech up to 1033MHz. The Superclocked version would operate at 1046MHz Core and 1111MHz Boost frequency.
The card has a TDP of 140W and requires a single 6-Pin connector for power. EVGA recommends using a 450W PSU with the card. Expect retail price at $229 and $249 for the factory overclocked GTX 660 SC models.
EVGA GeForce GTX 650 Reference/SC:
The EVGA GTX 650 is based on the GK107 architecture and packs 384 cores and a 1GB memory running along with a 128-bit interface. The GPU also requires a single 6 Pin connector for power and clocks are maintained at 1058MHz without Boost.
EVGA also plans a Superclocked version of the GTX 650 which would come with 144MHz overclock and 2GB of memory which would be priced at a premium over the reference price of $149.