|Max Screen Resolution||2560 x 1600|
|Memory Speed||6008 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Nvidia GeForce|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||2 GB|
ASUS GTX660 Ti Series 2GB Video Graphics Cards GTX660 TI-DC2-2GD5
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- 20% cooler and Vastly quieter performance with ASUS exclusive DirectCU II thermal solution
- ASUS DIGI+ VRM technology with 6phase Super Alloy Power for precise digital delivery and enhanced over clocked headroom. (compared to 4phase in reference card)
- GPU Tweak utility allows you to tune graphics card performance and check card status via an intuitive interface.
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Introducing the ASUS GTX660 TI-DC2-2GD5 graphics card, with direct CU technology to defend against overheating and 2GB DDR5 of dedicated video memory, this is the ultimate tool rendering high quality 3D graphics. All ASUS VGA's also come with a 3 year warranty to insure peace of mind.
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I haven't run too many games yet, but I'm now able to run Battlefield 3 on Ultra with an average of 45-65 fps depending on the map. The lowest I've noticed the card drop so far was still in the 30s. I upgraded from an HD6870, and I was only able to run BF3 at High settings with that card.
This card also overclocks very well. I haven't completely fine-tuned the settings yet, but so far I'm running stable with a slight overclock to the GPU clock, and an impressive 1 Ghz overclock offset to the memory clock! Overclocking the memory helps take the card closer to the performance of a stock GTX 670.
If you need a new GPU, but you're stuck on older hardware, this may still be a great buy for you. Yes, your CPU will be a bottleneck in some situations, but for games like BF3 that scale well on a wide range of CPUs, this card is great! I'm able to run BF3 better than my buddy's Core i7 Sandy Bridge/GTX470 system, and my computer is 5 years old! So for now, I'm really happy with the performance I'm getting with this card, and I'll look forward to the extra boost I get from it when I upgrade the rest of my rig.
One more thing, the free Borderlands 2 game makes this an excellent time to purchase a GTX 660/670/680. I didn't plan on buying the game, but I sold the code to a friend for $50. So for $50 off, this card was really a steal!
Even in the cramped case, this card remained extremely cool. Furmark pushed this to 70C, where the card sat for the rest of the test, and the card was still barely audible. A reference card would have been unbearable (which I know from personal experience, as I've aircooled GTX 460s, 470s, 560Tis, and 670s on air, and all were reference design). The fans barely ramped up, and even when they did, they were much quieter than any other cooler I've used.
Overall, there isn't much else I could ask of this card, especially Asus' well-designed DCUII TOP cooler. I would highly recommend this over reference design coolers.
-Core i7 3770 @ 3.4GHz
-Geforce GTX 660 Ti 2GB
-16GB RAM 1600MHz
-1920x1080p TV over HDMI
The GTX 660 Ti is a beast of a card, and completed my 2012 all-Asus build PC.
Runs Battlefield 3 completely maxed out online @ ~60fps online w/ 64 players. Only game that lags is Metro 2033 at max settings.
Outlasted my power supply in mining bitcoins day and night for about a week.