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EVGA GeForce GTX 660Ti SUPERCLOCKED+ 3072MB GDDR5 DVI-I, DVI-D, HDMI, DP, SLI Graphics Card (03G-P4-3663-KR) Graphics Cards 03G-P4-3663-KR

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  • Base Clock: 980 MHz
  • Boost Clock: 1059 MHz
  • Memory Clock: 6008 MHz
  • CUDA Cores: 1344
  • PCI-Express 3.0
  • 3072MB GDDR5 192bit
  • Nvidia SMX Engine, Nvidia GPU Boost, NVidia Adaptive Verticle Sync, Nvidia Surround, Support for Concurrent Displays, Nvidia PhysX, Nvidia 3D Vision Ready, Nvidia SLI Ready, Nvidia CUDA Technology
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: EVGA
  • Model Number: 03G-P4-3663-KR
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Graphics Coprocessor: GeForce GTX 660 Ti
  • Graphics Card Ram: 3 GB
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Product Description

Get the weapon of choice for gamers – the EVGA GeForce GTX 660 Ti. It adds a new dimension to the NVIDIA Kepler-powered family of graphics cards by delivering the ideal fusion of power, performance, and affordability. Experience faster, smoother, richer gaming with innovative NVIDIA technologies like TXAA antialiasing, Adaptive Vertical Sync, and PhysX.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 10 x 1.5 x 4.4 inches
Item Weight 3 pounds
Shipping Weight 2.5 pounds
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ASIN B008S15X64
Item model number 03G-P4-3663-KR
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4.1 out of 5 stars 43 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,424 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Graphics Cards
Date first available at Amazon.com August 16, 2012

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By Travis M. Bruno-Erck on August 27, 2012
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My system specs:
AMD 8120 FX 8 core processor
Gigabyte UD3 AM3+ board
16 gig or Corsair DDR3 RAM
Samsung SSD 830 drive
Windows 7 64 bit
*Included as performance may very from system to system. MY statement are solely related to the system I've listed above.

This video card is replacing a crossfired Radeon 6870 setup. After doing alot of homework I found that this card performs as well as this setup but at a fraction of the power. In fact this card draws so little power replacing my 6870 would make a bit difference in electric cost savings over the next two years now that I've upgraded. Using some simple math and killowatt per hour rating from my electric company over two years I save 170 in electric cost.
Not bad....now lets move on to the good stuff you want to hear. But I did want ot be fair for the "green" guys out there that like to see efficiency in a product also.

The included EVGA Precision X Tuner automatically boosts the clocks for you to 1110 got the GPU which is more than the already factory clock out of the box and it runs quite stable. Be aware that the precision X tuner does have the ability in the setting to be able to display the GPU, MEM, temperature , etc in the game real time and for EVGA awesomeness they gave us the ability to see it on a Logitech LCD panel. Another +1 for EVGA. The end results are earth shattering performance in DX11 games with just a single GPU. With my Radeon 6870 setup i was using a GTX 430 as a hybrid physX card with special drivers. So for myself I could still retain the 430 to use with the new EVGA 660 as a dedicated PHysX card and for CUDA.
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I recently built a computer with an i7 processor with HD4000 integrated graphics. Let me start by saying integrated graphics has come a long way. HD4000 will play most current games on medium settings with decent frame rates in most spots. I am currently playing Skyrim on Steam. Initially, the game scanned my system and automatically set the game to low settings. I was disappionted so I changed the settings to medium. Any higher than medium resulted in low frame rates. When I installed the GTX 660Ti, the game scanned my system and automatically set the game at ultra max setting. What is impressive about the GTX 660Ti is the buttery smooth frame rate on ultra max setting even when a lot of characters are on the screen. I don't think Skyrim can really tax this graphics card, so if your goal is to play Skyrim buy it now.

I have not tweaked any of the card settings, and I would not consider myself knowledgable enough to do so safely at this time. I will have to research some before making any changes. However, it seems I will not need to for a couple of years anyway. I am very pleased with the performance of this graphics card and would definitely recommend to anyone interested in PC gaming.
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I bought this because it was on sale. Better price on Amazon than anywhere else I looked. But this is by far the best graphics card I've ever used. It's benchmarks are better than most other graphics cards I've looked at (under $1000) and it lived up to my expectations. The picture quality of the output is great and the 4 outputs are really convenient for multiple displays. Absolutely would uy this again in a heartbeat.
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So I needed to retire my old GTX 295 from duty after it started bugging out with driver updates and having issues playing the latest games. I did a lot of research and in retrospect 700 was a bit of an overkill purchase when I bought my last card. I wasn't running multiple displays and wasn't a FPS freak that needed to run everything maxed out. So after reading what was new I came across this card (or series of cards). It seemed like a good value and the reviews made it sound that it could play with the big boys (670 and even 680s territory)but considerably cheaper. So I tried to first find an Asus 660Ti TOP whcih is the most overclocked out of the box 660 Ti available at the moment but it is impossible to find as it's in backorder status for every online retailer out there. Then this little guy caught my eye.

It looked to be on par with the other cards plus it had an extra gig of v-ram shoved in it and in a big cooled case I can say that it can be overclocked 10-15% so far and still runs pretty cool even under heavy load. So if you don't want to spend the extra money for a 670 and 680 but want an par performance(run BF3 on max settings) this is the card for you and in the future if you feel its a bit sluggish just slap a second one in there in SLI and you will be good for a few years.

I was a bit worried about getting Borderlands 2 since it didn't mention anything in the description of the product but apparently you get it in an email?
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First, a warning: This card is big, very big in fact. The third in my build since 2009 and an upgrade from the EVGA Geforce 550Ti and the jump in quality is pretty significant. Though I was running Far Cry 3 on Very High settings before there was some annoying pop-in and postfx looked horrid running at around 30 fps. After seeing it running on a friend’s xbox I can say it was running at around console quality. Note: I understand fully that Far Cry 3 is a console developed game first and a PC game second, as many are these days.
After installing the 660 Ti the game is now running at a super sooth 60+fps on Ultra settings and is smooth as butter. I was also able to bring out the draw distance quite a bit and disable the postfx completely, now the game looks gorgeous from high elevations like radio towers and mountain tops. But like I said, this card is huge. Because if its size it blocked two of my SATA ports on my mobo, forcing me to move which ones my two HDDs and DVD drive were using, which caused some minor boot issues that I was quickly able to resolve through BIOS.
It runs quiet and cool but requires more power than my old card but that wasn't an issue for me.
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