MSI GTX670 OC Power Edition Review
Our first review of the GTX670 found us loving the amount of power that it had available, whilst feeling that a non-reference cooler would easily put it at the top of the 'must buy' pile.
As is so often the case one of the first to appear on our desks was the MSI offering, with the Twin Frozr cooler that we've enjoyed for many iterations now. Last time we saw a Twin Frozr IV cooler we felt that MSI were starting to just get left behind a little in the quietness and performance stakes, so it will be interesting to see how this GTX670 OC Power Edition fares.
Of course you couldn't have a Power Edition without a factory overclock, and the MSI has a 104MHz overclock out of the box.
Besides the overclock things are fairly standard, with no trick additions other than the cooler. Considering how good the GTX670 was in reference form, this should be more than enough to rock our socks.
|Graphics Engine||GeForce GTX 670|
|Interface||PCI Express x16 3.0|
|Memory Interface||256 bits|
|Core Clock Speed(MHz)||1019 (Boost Clock: 1097)|
|Memory Clock Speed(MHz)||6008|
|Texture Fill Rate(billion/sec)||N/A|
|Display Output (Max Resolution)||2560x1600|
|DirectX Version Support||11|
|OpenGL Version Support||4.2|
|Card Dimension(mm)||267x117x38 mm|