GeForce GTX 660 Ti
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Release Period- Aug-2012
GeForce GTX 660 Ti Review

GeForce GTX 660 Ti is a high-end GFX based on the 28nm, Kepler architecture.
It's based on the Kepler GK104 Core and offers 1344 Shader Processing Units, 112 TMUs and 24 ROPs, on a 192-bit memory interface of fast GDDR5. The central unit runs at 915MHz (up to 980MHz in Turbo Boost) and the memory clock operates at 1502MHz.
Compared to GeForce GTX 670, it offers 25% less memory bandwidth, resultant from the 192-bit bus (against the 256-bit of GeForce GTX 670) and offers 8 less ROPs - a consequence from featuring 25% less memory bandwidth (as they are not needed).
The more image improving techniques used (e.g. MSAA) and the higher the gaming resolution, the lower GeForce GTX 660 Ti's performance when compared to GeForce GTX 670.
Note: 3GB versions of this GPU are expected to perform worse, even at modest resolutions, due to the 192-bit bus width not being to handle the 3GB efficiently.


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GeForce GTX 660 Ti Performance Specification
Core Speed
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Architecture
Memory
Memory Speed
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Memory Type
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L2 Cache
Technology
TMUs
Texture Rate
ROPs
Pixel Rate
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915 MHz
980 MHz
Kepler GK104-300-KD-A2
2048 MB
1502 MHz
192 Bit
GDDR5
144.2GB/sec
384KB
28nm
112
110 GTexel/s
24
24 GPixel/s
1344
1317
DX 11.1
5.0
4.3
4096x2160
150 Watts
450 Watt & 33 Amps
2x 6-pin

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jovince92
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16:23 Feb-24-2015
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Overkill for me?

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11:54 Feb-15-2015
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GTX660ti or GTX750ti?

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12:36 Feb-15-2015
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660ti for sure

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13:16 Mar-18-2015
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Gtx 750 ti :), nah, 660 ti is better, go for it :D.
Although Gtx 750 ti has lower power consumption ;)

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20:07 Jan-15-2015
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Would this card paired with an i3 3220 drive borderlands 2 @ lowest settings no physx at 4k with 30fps?

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14:13 Oct-27-2014
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Is this card futureproof ?
And do i really need to upgrade my gpu, considering im gaming at 768p? My gpu is serving me pretty well and i have played every game on high so far…

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I wouldn't say you need to updgrade to this GPU. I would save some more money to get something better (GTX 770 etc.) (Also if you have no problem with your current card why updgrade? ;))

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14:31 Oct-27-2014
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Just randomly thinking about upgrading. :D asking myself how futureproof my card is since 2gb is getting 'old' .. but i can still run games on high settings so i still have no need to upgrade anything.

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15:38 Oct-28-2014
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Don't worry about the 2GB, Any game won't need more than 2GB if your res is lower than 1200p :)

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hey
will my cpu bottleneck it and how badly?
thanks!

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hey guys, will my cpu bottleneck this card?

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22:27 Jul-19-2014
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Maybe a little

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22:42 Jul-19-2014
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ok cool:) i really want an upgrade and with this i wont have to get a new PSU. Thanks for feedback

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22:46 Jul-19-2014
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np This is beast card. I have this card as a backup card for my gtx 590 :)

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19:03 Jul-17-2014
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What's the main difference between GTX660 and GTX660ti ?

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11:29 Jul-19-2014
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Gtx 660 has graphic processor GK106 and Gtx 660 Ti has GK104 just like Gtx 670,680,760,770
Gtx 660 has 80 TMUs and Gtx 660 Ti has 112 TMUs
Gtx 660 has 960 CUDA cores and Gtx 660 ti has 1344 CUDA cores.
So main differnence is graphic processor Gtx 660 is middle class GPU and GTX 660 Ti is High End GPU

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10:55 Jul-20-2014
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Thank you bro, I was little bit puzzled between these two gpu's

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08:19 Dec-27-2013
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Is my CPU a good match for this GPU? Or will it not run games very well?

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yeah i'd say your cpu is a good match for this card as i have the same cpu with a graphics card that has pretty much the same performance

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Will this gpu bottleneck my cpu ? i'm thinking to chance my gpu to this b

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Why is it 9 now ? O-O

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