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Galaxy GeForce GTX 660 GC 2 GB GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 DVI/DVI/HDMI/DP SLI Ready Graphics Card 66NPH7DN6ZVZ

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4.6 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews

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  • Factory over clock
  • Custom dual-fan cooling
  • Triple heat pipes
  • NVIDIA GPU Boost
  • NVIDIA Adaptive Vertical Sync
  • NVIDIA Surround
  • NVIDIA PhysX technology
  • NVIDIA 3D Vision Ready
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Product Description

The GeForce GTX 660 extends the NVIDIA Kepler-powered family of graphics cards to new levels of affordability while retaining class-leading performance and power efficiency. It's the weapon of choice for gamers and a must-have upgrade for today's hottest games. Galaxy GC Edition cards feature custom cooling and factory over clock for improved performance.

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Technical Details

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Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM
Screen Resolution 2560 x 1600 pixels
Max Screen Resolution 4096 x 2160
Processor 1006 MHz
Memory Speed 6008 MHz
Graphics Coprocessor GeForce GTX 660
Chipset Brand NVIDIA
Graphics Card Ram Size 2 GB
Brand Name Galaxy
Item model number 66NPH7DN6ZVZ
Hardware Platform Pc
Operating System Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP (32 or 64-bit)
Item Weight 1.8 pounds
Product Dimensions 9.6 x 4.4 x 1.5 inches
Item Dimensions L x W x H 9.6 x 4.37 x 1.51 inches
Color Grey

Additional Information

ASIN B00965J7M2
Customer Reviews
4.6 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #2,215 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Graphics Cards
Shipping Weight 1.9 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Date First Available September 13, 2012

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I have been running AMD cards for 5+ years and before that I used a few nVidia cards. I decided to make a completely objective decision on my latest upgrade and all the research points to the best value being the GTX 660. You can get nearly the same performance of the 660 ti with this card overclocked. It runs cool, performance is great and the overall feel is very snappy and smooth in Windows 8. The nVidia Driver Panel loads significantly faster than my old AMD Catalyst Panel. I can toggle in and out of games much more smoothly. I can turn my settings up higher than my last card (AMD 6950)and get better performance across the board. It is actually exhausting cool air during game play which is unusual coming from high end AMD cards. Seriously the exhausted air on this GTX 660 feels like an air conditioner compared to my 6950 and my old 4870. It would be very difficult to get me to switch back to AMD anytime soon. I have had issues with Eyefinity, erratic behavior on my 6950's dual dvi port and was unable to use my 4870 under Windows 8 with GPU acceleration (Photoshop). I will always love you AMD and I will keep my eye on you, but for the time being I have joined with the Empire and for good reason. This cards packing is basic, but stylish, pricing is competitive and it just works good and runs cool. The biggest surprise was that this card only requires a single PCIE power connector to accomplish all this. What are you waiting for...just buy this card :-)
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By Mike on December 24, 2012
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I purchased this on Dec. 21st and received it on the 22nd, which is always a plus.
The card runs wonderfully, EVGA Precision works wonderfully with it, and allows me to see the core boost feature in action.
I do have a little bit of a CPU bottleneck (Q6600 @ 3.0Ghz) as evidenced by lowered frame-rates in scenes where my GPU is not being fully utilized. (E.G. frame-rate lag while GPU Usage is at 52%). But that is my own fault. But even with that it runs everything wonderfully. Crysis at 1920x1080 on very high with 4xAA is good enough for me, which it handles very well. Metro 2033 at 1920x1080 in DX11 mode at very high does lag a little bit but is still very playable. So, very good deal here (got this for $207 at the time of writing this review.) Will eventually upgrade mobo and enter into the LGA 2011 club. And maybe SLI these by then or get a 670 or 680 if the prices have gone down enough.
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Well, first of I use this card paired with a core 2 duo e8400, 8 GB gskill 1333 Ram and windows 64 home edition. the card is great but I was able to get the max from games from 2009 and below, for far cry my CPU didn't hold quite well and the only real upgrade was that I was able to get the same 45 fps but on ultra, I switch the card to my brothers PC and that CPU is a Phenom X4 BE with the same amount of ram, and well, after that there are 2 things that I can say, first this card with the proper CPU is the best. stable frames on far cry 3, about 50 with all on ultra and 65-70 if you make a manual configuration just taking some setting to medium. all this on 1080 HD. the second thing is that I need a cheap AMD CPU so I can take all the performance from the card. The quality of the card is great and while playing the temp don't go further from 62 Celsius degrees. this car does had that fuction of dust removal, the first time you turn on your PC the fans speed really fast and loud and then goes silent. the quality seems to be great IMO, and all in all great card.
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By Xeon on January 10, 2013
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I upgraded from a 9800 GTX+ to this GTX 660 and just... when I started playing the games I own at high/ultra settings with very little issue it brought a tear to my eye.

This card is a beast and runs all the games I own on their max settings (Skyrim & Fallout:New Vegas both games with texture mods, Just Cause2, Civ5, MechWarrior Online beta...)

By default the fans on this card normally run around 30%, but I upped mine to 50% (using MSI Afterburner to set fan/temp levels) and still heard no difference in noise. I went ahead and unplugged most of my case fans and at 50% the fans on this card are rather quiet. It only becomes slightly noisy at 60%, at 70% you can really hear it, and higher than 70% its trying to fly.

My monitor is a 21" widescreen 1920x1080 and I play my games at fullscreen with no problem. I was comparing this at the time with the HD 7870 deciding which to purchase. I chose this card because it was cheaper (don't know if it still is or not.) and has a lower power draw. Powerful and energy efficient is a plus for me.
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I bought this card when they where around 230$, since then they have gone down in price to the 200$ and even lower. I have owned the card for a couple of months and done light to heavy gaming on it at 1080p coupled with a stock i5 3570k CPU from intel, this card can handle everything i trow at it at 1080p giving me an average of 45-60+ spf on all the games i played, the most graphically extensive being Far Cry 3 and Crysis 2, and i get around 45-60 FPS on them max out.

The card comes Factory Overclock and sports a dual slot fan design, requiring 1 6-pin PCI-E Power Connector, card is not 2 big is about 10 1/2 inches in length which is perfect for a mid tower to micro ATX case.

The temperature in my room is normally warm since i live in a country with a tropical climate and my room has no air conditioning, that being i used a thinrd party program that it's used to overclock the card and manage fan speeds, and i set the fans to kick in at 75% speed when the card gets on 65 degree's celsius and it stays at 65-66 degree's with the fans running at 75% which is perfect, although this only happens during full load while gaming, the card idles at 30-36 degree's. I can imagine if my room had a cool temperature the card would sit around 55 degree's during full load which would be perfect.

I recommend this card to any 1 building a gaming pc on a budget and looking for a low cost but great card for 1080p gaming. This card will run most of todays games at high - ultra settings at around 45-60+ fps, and if you feel the need to have more graphics power down the road you can get another 1 of these cards and run them at SLI, which makes them more powerful than 1 GTX 680 for a mere 400$ or cheaper.
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