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MSI GTX 660 Ti Power Edition Graphics Card with Triple Overvoltage and Enhanced PWM Design (N660TI PE 2GD5/OC)

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  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 Ti
  • 2GB 192-bit GDDR5
  • DisplayPort, DL-DVI-I, DL-DVI-D and HDMI
  • PCI Express 3.0
  • Enhanced PWM design
  • Twin Frozr IV with Dust Removal technology
  • Afterburner overclocking utility
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Technical Details

  • HD Compatible

Product Description

MSI GTX 660 Ti Power Edition Graphics Card with Triple Overvoltage and Enhanced PWM Design Boosts Overclocking Potential by 18.2%.Core Clock Speed(MHz): 1019 (Boost Clock: 1097).

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13.6 x 3.2 x 10.4 inches ; 2.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B008SBX6GI
  • Item model number: N660TI PE 2GD5/OC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (100 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 16, 2012

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The GTX 660TI is almost as good as the GTX 670 series.
Lance D. Ripplinger
If you really want to dish out more money, you can go for the GTX 770, but this card has enough to power today's games at high resolutions.
Ulo
I have everything set to full max and it never dips under 60 fps EVER!
Greg H

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

64 of 65 people found the following review helpful By sinister213 on August 19, 2012
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Just received the cards after researching the differences between EVGA, ASUS and MSI. I'm coming from an old school EVGA 480 sli x58 setup so I was a little concerned that the jump wouldn't be that significant (as I had the 480s maxed to the point of instability). Thankfully I was wrong. After installing the cards and drivers from the Nvidia website (not the disc) I decided to try out a couple of games; Arkham City, Crysis 2, Skyrim, and for old times sake, Metro 2033.
Keep in mind I'm yet to overvolt them but I did ramp up the core clocks to 1180 in afterburner without even thinking twice. I've heard that people are getting into the 1320+ clock range depending on the bin lottery and low leakage (I'm sure that type of overvolt/clock would be unstable, but I'm still impressed) Given the limited memory bandwidth on the 660 ti I decided on the msi given it's memory quality and performance in multiple comparisons against other manufacturers cards. There are areas where other cards are 1 to 2 percent better but this doesn't figure the triple overvolt since none of the other cards offer the option (kind of like Physx for Radeon). A simple overvolt will push this card into the lead. A major overvolt? Oc'ed 670 performance? I'll update once I take the cards to their max clocks (via triple overvolt). First let me tell you that a pair of 660 ti pe's are more than enough to run anything I'm playing with maximum settings.

Here are my system specs:
ASUS VG Series VG278H 3D
MSI GD65 X79 motherboard
Intel i7 3930 @ 4.2
16gb Corsair Dominator Platinum 1866
H100 cooler
128 vertex 4 ssd
3tb wd
Corsair ax850

The performance is crazy for the price I paid.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By George Magdaleno on August 18, 2012
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I upgraded from a EVGA GTX 560 Ti - 448 Cores (Fermi) Classified Edition. This card runs much cooler and much quieter than my previous card. Efficiency and temperature are main two reasons I chose to wait for the release of the 660ti with the TwinForza Cooler from MSI than make the leap to a stock 670 or 7950.

I play at night and my wife can't stand the noise of the 560ti's fan under load. This card makes virtually no noise at all and runs at a very low temperature.

I am now able to Apply Ultra Settings to World Of Warcraft, Mass Effects 3, Diablo 3 and Battlefield 3 where before I peaked at High settings without AAx8.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By gleng on August 22, 2012
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Okay, so I don't usually write any reviews for anything I buy, but I thought this was necessary. I upgraded from a PNY 9800 GTX+ 512MB and all I can say is WOW.

My setup:

i7-3770K
16GB DDR3 CORSAIR 1600
OCZ Vertex4 128GB
MSI GTX 660Ti PE OC (this card)
Monitor(crappy old dell monitor, I ordered a new viewsonic led on here, will get it tomorrow).

The monitor maxes out at 1280x1024. So using that resolution, I maxed everything out in Battlefield 3. Everything set to ULTRA. I was getting average 125-150fps.

I just ran Unigine right now for you all (I know one of you would have asked). Everything MAXED out. Extreme Tess/High Shaders/AA Highest Setting and got the following:

FPS: 53.3
SCORE: 1342
MIN: 13.4
MAX: 140.3

I would highly recommend this card. I can't believe how everything looks compared to my old one. And being able to run everything maxed out is really nice. Hope this helps!
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By GreenImp on August 25, 2012
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PROS: Fastest nvidia card you can get at a decent price point, and seems to be the best overall choice for the first round of the GTX 660 Ti cards after checking out many reviews.

CONS: Even running at 1920x1080@60 on an i5 2500K CPU (GPU & CPU not overclocked) games still don't keep a solid 60 FPS and bounce between 50-60 FPS...

OTHER: Guild Wars 2 can run Ultra settings & keep a fairly solid 60 FPS, but to achieve this you must lower three settings from max listed below...
[Reflections: Terrain & Sky]
[Render Sampling: Native]
[Shaders: Medium]

Main reason for purchasing this card is to play GW2 & D3 on max settings on my 1080p monitor if possible. So there's still hope for more speed with future driver releases, and I may try to overclock my CPU & GPU finally.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Gilgamex on December 11, 2012
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This card is part of the relatively new 600 series line up of cards from Nvidia. This card was released to place itself perforamnce wise in the gap between the 7870 and 7950 from AMD/ATI and the price fits accordingly. I actually was able to pick mine up for about $240 refurbished and for the roughly 2 months so far I have had it, I have had no problems. It comes in a nifty box with a few Molex adapters and well sealed inner case. Specs are on par with those of the GTX 670 and overclocking this little baby can easily keep on par with the 670 (granted the 670 being at stock speeds mind you) for a much lower price. Though one key difference which can make or break this card in the future is the Memory Bandwidth Bus size which is cut down from 256-bits on the 680 & 670 to 192-bits on the 660ti, but more on this later. The Cooling design is tried and true, continuing a fairly long lineage of quality MSI overclocking cooling and is amply adequate even with the new power design.

PC BUILD:
Phenom II X4 3.6ghz (oldie but a goodie)
4gb 1333mhz RAM
1tb 7200RPM HD
Antec 620W PSU
Asus Mini-ATX Mobo

The card is very very strong, most any PC title out there, even the brutal of the brutal Metro 2033 or Battlefield 3 can be turned onto very high (with low AA for metro) at 1080p and maintain a framerate hovering 30-40 FPS for Metro and 50-70 for BF3 MP, even when in tense situations. As for games like Starcraft II, Diablo 3, Planetside 2, Portal 2, MMO's like Guild wars 2 and most any other title that is great looking but not blistering is easily comfortable past the 60FPS mark or around on all the highest settings available.
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