Large overclock out of the box.
Good overclocking potential.
Up to four active outputs.
Native, fullsize HDMI and DisplayPort.
Memory chips and VRM cooled.
Support for CUDA and PhysX.
Adds support for SLI.
Excellent performance for the price.
Supports up to four monitors.
Solid 1080p performance.
Carries all of Kepler's goodness.
Memory not overclocked.
Could be quieter in idle.
Supports only one VGA display.
UK pricing is too high.
Hobbled backend hammers performance in some titles.
By techPowerUp! on April 12, 2013
NVIDIA's new GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost adds a strong sub-$200 option to the company's lineup. Thanks to the added Boost clock algorithm and a beefed up 192-bit memory interface, we see massive performance gains compared to the GTX 650 Ti without...96
By LanOC Reviews on February 19, 2013
At the end of the day, we are once again blown away with Nvidia's latest offering. At $100 less than the GTX 670 they still managed to give you only a slightly watered down version. You are basically saving $100 and losing a little memory bandwidth....-
By TechRadar on September 12, 2012
Pricing is such an important part of the graphics card war, the mere 20 quid separating the Asus and EVGA cards actually means a hell of a lot. When you're operating in such a saturated segment of the market, practically every penny counts. Like the...40
By Bright Side of News on August 21, 2012
Based upon our review's findings, the GTX 660 Ti SC is a fantastic card for the money. Before any price drops from AMD (as there is a rumor that the 7870 will drop to $249), this card priced at the same level as the HD 7870 is definitely a better...-
By Guru of 3D on August 20, 2012
ex VAT in Europe. And for that money it's going to shock and awe alright. Before we startup the review let me blast a quick myth our of the virtual skies, the rumor of a 256-bit version of this card has been denied by NVIDIA. And truthfully, if such...-
By Computer Shopper on August 16, 2012
Nvidia’s mid-tier, Kepler-based graphics card was worth the wait, delivering excellent performance for the price while sipping less power than its predecessors and its direct competition....90
By HEXUS.net on August 16, 2012
Quiet, small and well-constructed, while carrying all of the gaming goodies present on the Kepler line, our main reservation in recommending the SuperClocked this side of the pond rests solely with price.Echoing our sentiments in the original...60
By Hardware Secrets on August 16, 2012
In most games, the GeForce GTX 660 Ti was between 12% and 20% faster than its main competitor, the Radeon HD 7870 GHz Edition. There were some games in which both achieved the same performance, and on one, the GeForce GTX 660 Ti was 47% faster. There...-
By Real World Labs on August 16, 2012
When it comes down to it the GTX 660 Ti is a powerhouse for its respective price point. We proved this time and time again during our testing as the GTX 660 Ti was able to run virtually all of the games we played above 60FPS at 1920x1080. This...-
By Hardware.Info on April 10, 2013
We hebben 23 verschillende videokaarten voorbij zien komen. Wie gaat voor een zo goed mogelijke bang-for-the-buck , ofwel de beste prestaties voor de minste euro's, is bij de geteste kaarten het beste af met één van de betaalbare GeForce GTX 660...-