Unlike many of the other big names in the consumer and gaming graphics card industry who produce products based on GPUs from both the green and red teams, EVGA exclusively works with nVidia. This shows in their product offerings as they offer a relatively large number of product variants per GPU. Specifically within their GTX 670 line, there are two non-reference series of products: FTW and Superclocked+. EVGA's nomenclature can get bit confusing between these two series of products as they overlap in cost, factory clock speeds and memory size.
The video card from EVGA we're looking at today is the GeForce GTX 670 FTW LE 2GB. To easily understand where it fits in EVGA's lineup, it their entry level non-reference design offering that's one step higher than the basic reference design. With the term FTW (for the win) in it's name, you'd probably assume that this is one of EVGA's higher end cards. You would be semi-right, as the FTW (and FTW SIG2) version are EVGA's top 2GB GTX 670 products. It's the LE suffix that denotes the lower end of the scale. To me, FTW LE is an oxymoron.
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