Asus GeForce GTX 660 Ti DirectCU II Top 2GB GDDR5 PCIe
Large performance increase over last generation.
Overclocked out of the box.
Native fullsize HDMI & DisplayPort output.
Support for PCIExpress 3.0 and DirectX 11.1.
Support for CUDA and PhysX.
Plenty of additional GPU overclocking headroom.
Keeps pace with $420 Radeon HD 7970.
DirectCUII cools GPU extremely well.
Digital DIGI VRM alloy power components.
Best overall value for DX11 video games.
Short profile fits into standard size computer.
Price too high to make it a clear winner.
Small memory overclock.
Heated air is exhausted back into computer case.
192bit bandwidth may potentially create bottleneck on memory intensive games.
By hardwarebbq.com on April 29, 2013
Asus' DirectCU II graphic cards have made a good impression (however it should be noted that Asus is the only one who is sending the card without any condition as how one-or-two brands put forward in the past). Not only they use good fans and a well...-
By uk.hardware.info on April 12, 2013
Are you looking to buy a new graphics card? Of course you are. Then we have the perfect graphics card round-up for you today. While not many real new GPUs have been introduced recently, that doesn't mean that there aren't a lot of cutting-edge...-
By eTeknix on February 11, 2013
Through Asus' graphics card range, there are a number of marked model types that draw a keen eye, most notably their ROG range that comes in as the pinnacle of their ranges for both motherboards and graphics. One of the other model types that is...-
By HardOCP on September 17, 2012
ASUSTeK Computer Inc. is one of the largest and most successful computer hardware manufacturers in the world. A Taiwan-based company, it manufactures a wide variety of computer hardware, including motherboards, video cards, optical drives, notebooks,...-
By techPowerUp! on September 13, 2012
NVIDIA's new GeForce GTX 660 adds to the company's product stack by providing a fully featured gaming solution at the crucial price point of around $200. In terms of performance, the reference design sits right between AMD's Radeon HD 7850...91
By overclockers.com on September 10, 2012
Because of the stout factory overclock applied to the ASUS GTX 660 Ti DirectCU TOP cards, each sample has to be hand binned to ensure they will run trouble free at those clocks. This of course takes more time and will result in limited availability at...-
By uk.hardware.info on September 07, 2012
If you're looking for a GeForce GTX 660 Ti, you have plenty to choose from . We previously reviewed the graphics cards from ASUS, EVGA and MSI , and now Gigabyte and Zotac sent us their versions as well. It's time for a six-card round-up to see...-
By Tech2 on September 04, 2012
For Rs. 20,500, the Asus GTX 660 TI-DC2T-2GD5 offers great value as it offers very similar performance to ZOTAC's offering but at a much lower price point. Yes, you don't get a game bundled and the card is a lot bigger, but these are very small...80
By VR-Zone on August 26, 2012
The recently released Kepler GK104 based GTX 660 Ti is, for the most part, similar to the highly regarded GTX 670 with the exception of a 192-bit memory controller as opposed to the briefier 256-bit on the latter. We also saw a plethora of hot-clocked...85
By bjorn3d.com on August 18, 2012
ASUS has been on a consistent roll recently with every Nvidia 6 series release and it is continuing with the 660 Ti as they drop in again and dressed to impress in full DirectCU II garb and bearing the TOP Edition muscle. Does it have what it needs to...90