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MSI NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 OC 2GB GDDR5 2DVI/HDMI/DisplayPort PCI-Express Video Card N670 PE 2GD5/OC

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  • Chipset: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670
  • Core Clock: 1019 MHz
  • Video Memory: 2GB GDDR5
  • Memory Clock: 6008 MHz
  • Memory Interface: 256-bit
  • Connectors: DVI-I, DVI-D,?HDMI, DisplayPort
  • Max. Resolution: 2560 x 1600
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: MSI Computer Corp.
  • Model: N670 PE 2GD5/OC
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Graphics Coprocessor: GeForce GTX 670
  • Memory Technology: GDDR5 SDRAM
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13.6 x 3.2 x 10.4 inches ; 3.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.1 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Item model number: N670 PE 2GD5/OC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 13, 2012

Product Description

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MSI NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 OC 2GB GDDR5 2DVI/HDMI/DisplayPort PCI-Express Video Card


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MSI GeForce GTX670 Power Edition Graphics Card with Twin Frozr IV Design and Enhanced PWM Design

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Transform your gaming experience with the GeForce GTX670 Power Edition graphics card from MSI. Featuring the award-winning Twin Frozr thermal solution, innovative Military Class III component design, enhanced PWM configuration, and MSI's proprietary Afterburner overclocking suite, own the best graphics hardware with the GeForce GTX670 Power Edition from MSI.

Key Features

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  • GeForce GTX670 GPU
  • 1344 CUDA Cores, 1019MHz Base Clock, 1097MHz Boost Clock
  • 256-bit 2GB GDDR5 RAM at 6008MHz
  • Innovative GPU Boost, NVIDIA PhysX, NVIDIA 3D Surround technology
  • 3-way SLI, DirectX 11.1, PCI Express 3.0>/li>
  • Twin Frozr IV Thermal Solution with Dust Removal Technology
  • Enhanced PWM Design for increased GPU Boost headroom
  • Full overclocking and monitoring via MSI Afterburner software suite
  • Military Class III component design for maximum performance and power efficiency

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With the power and efficiency of the Kepler architecture, the GeForce GTX670 Power Edition from MSI is the fastest video card in its class.

Featuring 1344 CUDA cores clocked at 1097MHz and featuring innovative GPU Boost technology, the GTX670 Power Edition allows for immersive NVIDIA Surround gaming via 3 monitors from a single card.

The newest FXAA and TXAA technologies as well as Adaptive V-Sync provide a fluid, smooth, and visually-rich gaming environment.


The GTX670 Power Edition features the industry-leading Twin Frozr IV thermal design. With 8mm SuperPipes soldered to an all-copper, nickle-plated base, twin 80mm Propeller Blade fans, and a high density heat fin stack, the GTX670 Power Edition is up to 16C cooler than a competing design.

It also features Dust Removal Technology, which spins the fans in full reverse for 30 seconds at system start to minimize dust buildup and ensure optimal thermal performance. The GTX670 Power Edition also features a full-length heatsink that cover the front of the PCB, cooling and protecting critical components on the graphics card while preventing PCB flex.


The GTX670 Power Edition features a robust 6+1 phase PWM design that delivers 25% more current to the GPU versus the reference design for maximum performance and stability.

This enhanced allows for better GPU Boost performance under load, and provides maximum power delivery and stability for gaming and overclocking.


MSI's Military Class III components meet a more stringent testing standard than industry-wide electronic components.

Utilizing the US DoD MIL-STD-810G testing protocol, Military Class III components are rated to run under the most strenuous conditions to meet the highest levels of performance.

These components include: Hi-C CAP -- Low profile tantalum core capacitors, more than 10 times the lifespan of traditional capacitors with 15 times less power leakage Solid State Choke (SSC) -- Pure iron core choke with high working current, designed for overclocking All-Solid CAP -- Nickle-plated cover for longer endurance, up to 10 years lifespan under full electrical loads


With MSI's proprietary Afterburner overclocking software suite, you can do it all on your GTX670 Power Edition. Afterburner allows adjustment of Power Limit, GPU clock offset, memory frequencies, and provides real-time monitoring of GPU load, frequencies, voltages, temperatures, and much more.

The Afterburner software also provides users the ability to monitor and set your own fan speed profiles, so performance can be customized based on your system needs. MSI Afterburner also has built-in video capture and screenshot functions, as well as a mobile app for the iOS/Android platforms with remote monitoring capabilities.


Customer Reviews

No whining, buzzing, or rattling... just fans pushing air.
I run every game I play on ultra high res at 1920 X 1200, even though this card will run even higher res.
King Neptune
This one of the best Gtx 670's you can get Overclocks very good.

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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By CTgreen on October 18, 2012
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This probably won't be too helpful to most buyers looking for a "high-end-ish" card like this one, but I'll add my review anyway -- seems like this product could use the positive ratings...

Knowing it's probably blasphemy to say this, I just popped this card into my PC and used it stock. *gasp* I know, I know; it's an overclocker's card. But ya know what? It's also an _overclocked_ card. As in already awesome from the factory. And that's just how I use it. That may seem stupid to many people who are even considering buying a card like this, but I have been completely satisfied with MSI's 670 P.E. right out of the box.

And here's why...

Personally, I can't tell the difference between 1080p & 720p on a 27" monitor from 5 feet away. (At least not in games; obviously desktop space, text clarity, & whatnot are quite noticeably different between resolutions -- I'm talking the resolution I run games at.) Thus, I run all my PC games at 720p or 1600x900 at most, but at the highest visual settings. Because of this I get unnecessarily high FPS *all the time* (consistently triple digits) and the GPU never gets above 32°C. Because of my "low-res" rendering I enjoy flawless performance from this card. No mucking about with overvolting this, or ramping up that -- plug & play awesomesauce. :D

EDIT :: By the way, I tried many games in 3D @ 1080p @ 60Hz (highest my monitor goes in 3D mode, ASUS VG278HE) and this card also did absolutely fine at those settings; far as I could tell. I didn't bother with FPS counters or benchmarking at the time, since I was just comparing different resolutions to see if I could notice a difference. (I couldn't.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By K. Johnson on August 14, 2012
I got this GPU about a month ago(from a different seller due to payment reasons), it is an amazing card. I can run most of my games(that support it) at 5760x1080p maxed out(this includes guildwars 2 and battlefield 3). it runs cool, it looks great, and it eats any game you throw at it.


+Runs Everything
+Keplar based GPU
+Twin Frozr IV cooler design
idle: 28~30c(fan30%) load90~100%: 45~65c(fan 55~65%)
+Dust Removal during boot
Some people find this a con but I actually really like it, when the system starts up as you go thru the boot process the GPU runs its fans at 100% reverse to remove dust. after
20~30seconds it calms down and becomes quiet.
+After boot, it is a vary quiet card
+Runs within a few fps of the GTX680
+Looks awesome


-6pin plugs on the far side of the card(but this is nvidia's idea not MSI's)
-Only 2GB GDDR5
-as always supplied drivers with GPU's are outdated and should not be used. download the newest at [...]
~keep in mind the 600 series is still really new and for the most part Nvidia as well as game designers have not released optimizing drivers for it.
~if your even considering a GTX670 or higher card, you shouldn't be saying price is an issue. They always run high.
~a lot of people claim MSI afterburner doesn't allow the OC'ing ability that it is suppose to, but most didn't understand that voltage clocking wasn't enabled until version 2.2.3 which came out at the end of July. I have not tried myself.

~I couldn't be happier with this card.

Update 10/20/12:

still working fantastically. couldn't be happier with this card. get it now! it is $50 cheaper then it was 2 months ago.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Simon C on April 2, 2013
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I bought this card with only one criteria when put against other 670s and that is noise level/silence. The two manufacturer 670s at the top for silence are MSI with Twin Frozr and ASUS with DCU II. At the time of writing, there are several videos on youtube that are good examples of the noise level on MSI's card. I don't have ASUS's model but most of the videos seem to be good examples.

According to MSI Afterburner: at idle, the fans at 30% spin between 1000-1100 RPM. The only sound is of the air being moved, no motors or coils involved, it's very silent. When under moderate load, fans at 50% around 2200 RPM, you will definitely hear the motors. The videos are good examples of what it sounds like. Heavy load, which I occasionally get for a few seconds at a time in games (default fan control), the fans at 80% spin at 3800 RPM and are loud. The motor begins to make a distinct whine above 40% and gets louder and shriller the faster it spins. Compared to EVGA's and Gigabyte's models, MSI's is far quieter at idle but that doesn't matter under load.

The ASUS DCU II at any load only sounds like air moving, with the motor completely silent according to the videos. However, unlike the MSI 670 which has very few reviews on both Amazon and Newegg, the ASUS GTX 670 DCU II has many reviews and there are several reports of intolerable coil whine and unsatisfactory customer service. The ASUS GTX 670 is also about $40 more expensive. Both cards come with factory overclocks that are pretty close but the ASUS GTX 670 does pull ahead. Both are comparable to the more expensive GTX 680 at stock clocks.

After some troubleshooting I am sure my MSI GTX 670 PE is louder than it was the first month I've had it. I can now hear the motor at idle.
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