Surprise! Appears the first review of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 Ti
In an interesting event, the website TweakTown managed to get their hands on a Nvidia GeForce GTX 660 Ti, although there is very little official information is handled and corresponds to leaks, including the release date to be scheduled for the day August 16 . What happened was that they had not made any contract of silence (NDA), and because of the bad relationships they have with NVIDIA, did not mind dropping a full review of the product even though surely the manufacturer will be very upset by what .
But that is nothing but a story and look to us to further conflict, enjoying the results of the tests were able to run. The platform is used on a motherboard ASUS Rampage Extreme IV, Intel Core i7 running at 4.7GHz 3960X, 16GB of RAM to 1866MHz Corsair Vengeance and a solid state drive Corsair Force GT.
Regarding the GTX 660 Ti, the tested model corresponds to a factory standard, with all its features retained as the default. This frequency is 915MHz GPU based on scalable to 980MHz when put under load, with 1344 CUDA cores, as was rumored earlier . With regard to memory, there 2GB GDDR5 6008MHz, with a 192-bit bus. No images on the card because TweakTown sought to protect the identity of the model provided them, and something had to be made known the source of the leak.
The summary of the evidence, we see that the VGA pays slightly less than the GTX 670, which was expected, but outperforms the AMD Radeon HD 7950 and is surpassed slightly by 7970 GHz AMD Radeon HD Edition . They can take a look at the complete review at this link , and now we leave you with the results of some tests made by the website friend:
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