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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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).
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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
128 vertex 4 ssd
The performance is crazy for the price I paid. I know two 680's would do a better job, but the human eye can't tell the difference between 130fps and 150fps....the human wallet can. Physx and MSAA are running flawlessly. I can honestly say that the fossil, Metro 2033 is the most demanding game for this setup, but with that said, minimum fps never dipped below 67. I've heard the Witcher 2 is a tough one for the cards as well, but I don't have that. Every other game is way over 100fps. What else can I say. The new unreal 4 engine games should be able to push a single card. For those of you without an sli setup, 6 months from now when a worthy game comes out this card will be $200 and an affordable sli to put you back over the top. I wanted to provide some benches but when you're easily clearing 100+fps.....who really cares about the x score (I actually do....but). I won't waste any more of your time.
In closing, TXAA and Vsync, increased efficiency and performance margins make any 660ti a great buy. EVGA and ASUS are both spectacular brands however, neither offer the triple overvolt, increasing base, memory and pll; which is the real separating factor. In the end, once the overvolt is applied to all three points, I expect that the other cards shouldn't even be comparable. Plus, I've already owned cards from ASUS and EVGA.
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.
So in conclusion, if you want an card that kicks butt in HD resolutions with eye candy enabled, and don't want to break the bank, this is it!
So the GTX 660 Ti was surely a monster when it came out. Now it is good but there is much better performance with newer cards.
In any case, with it I can play full resolution at 1080p with Far Cry3, Dirt3 Crysis 1 and 2 etc...
I will experience a few moments when the framerate drops on Far Cry3 but nothing I cannot stand.
Is it worth upgrading to higher? Not if the price matters for you.
I remember once spending $800 on a GeForce 8800OC. It is now sitting on a shelf with a value around $0... I had a few years of fun with it since at that time, I was not going over 1024*768 because I was using a projector and it was its max resolution so any card can handle 1024*768 games these days.
What I mean is that even the latest and greatest will become obsolete some day so why spending big bucks on that.
In that spirit, the MSI GTX660Ti is perfect!
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