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ASUS Graphic Cards GTX660-DC2O-2GD5
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- l 20% cooler and Vastly quieter performance with ASUS exclusive DirectCU II thermal solution
- l ASUS DIGI+ VRM technology with Super Alloy Power for precise digital delivery and enhanced overclocked headroom.
- GPU Tweak utility allows you to tune graphics card performance and check card status via an intuitive.
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ASUS, is proud to release the GTX660 overclocked edition with 2 gigabytes of dedicated RAM. This card will enhance your gaming experience and render all the graphics smoothly. With the DirectCU II thermal design our patented all-copper heatpipes which makes the card 20% cooler. Pair this up with GPU Tweak and anybody can easily overclock their graphics card to their preferred performance level.
Top customer reviews
It arrived in beautiful packaging, and install was super easy. It's a decent sized card, so keep that in mind if you have a smaller case. I started playing all my favorite games and this thing tackled them without a pause. Battlefield 3, PAYDAY 2, Skyrim, and even Crysis 3 on high to max settings without a pause. It's really quiet and it never gets too hot. It also has lots of overclocking headroom, which is wonderful.
The ONLY downside, and this is a very minor one, is that it didn't come with a case sticker. But I really don't mind.
I couldn't be happier, in conclusion. If you are looking for a wonderful card for a very decent price, go with this one! You won't be disappointed at all.
-Its fast. Runs BF4 at Ultra/1600x900/60+fps. Arma III at Ultra/1600x900/45+fps (60+fps if you limit draw range).
-ShadowPlay is awesome. It can record gameplay with virtually no loss and auto records 1-10 minutes of your past gameplay so you never miss footage, ever.
Thoughts about the ASUS DirectCUII Cooler:
-QUIET. I have a silent-focused rig with low-RPM fans and a passive CPU cooler. I can't hear this card on load. I actually took my side panel off to make sure the fans were spinning.
-Temps: 32c idle and 63c load
-The bracket support looks cool.
TL;DR: If you're thinking about getting this, just hit the add to cart button already.
On the other hand, the programs on the product CD (ASUS GPU Tweak and ASUS GPU Tweak Streaming) seemed to be “unstable” and in need of software refinement. However, ASUS GPU-Z (a sub-feature program) seemed to work fine but, unfortunately, it is connected to ASUS GPU Tweak…which for me makes it unusable. Also, I ended-up having to do a “Windows Restore” several times in order to figure-out that I should only install the GPU drivers (from NVidia’s web site) and nothing else.
In addition to the aforementioned, ASUS Smart Doctor isn’t working properly (anymore) after I initially installed the new GPU with ASUS drivers. Now, after my computer boots-up, I am getting an erroneous error message which says “Error: Cannot find ASUS graphics card.” So, my solution is to just click on the “OK” button and the error message goes away.
Maybe, ASUS Smart Doctor is looking for the former ASUS GTX 580 GPU? At this point in time, it seems like neither ASUS nor NVidia have provided a downloadable solution (regarding the error message) at their web sites…but, based upon various Internet blogs that I’ve read, they seem to be aware of the issue(s).
Other than that, the GPU (ASUS GTX 660) works flawlessly and quietly.
This card died in about 3 months of very light use (I got it at the beginning of April).
On July 13th (4 days ago) I called Asus support to open a new RMA case. I was informed that i would get an email within 24 hours with RMA instructions. In addition, I was informed that I would be able to do an advance replacement where Asus would ship a replacement card first, and I would then send my back. Well, it all sounded; however, 4 days passed and I never got any email with RMA instructions. Today, I called them again, and I was informed that they have had a system issue for the last 3 days and could not send an RMA e-mail. When I asked about expediting the process and rushing a replacement card, I was informed that such service is not available. At this point, I am not sure when I will even get the RMA instructions, and at the rate this case is moving, it will probably be a month before I will be able to use my computer again. I am very disapponted customer at this point.