EVGA GeForce GTX 660 Ti SC Superclocked 2GB GDDR5 PCIe
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 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 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 overclockers.com on September 19, 2012
Let me start this article off with an apology – I was unable to complete overclocked runs of the cards in SLI, thus, I'm sorry. One of the cards needed to make its way back to NVIDIA to look at an unexpected heat-related issue (only affecting...-
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 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 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 Neoseeker on August 17, 2012
The Kepler architecture continues to meet and exceed everyone's expectations, and looking at the performance numbers it is easy to see why. We can see how the GTX 660 Ti outperformed both the Radeon HD 7850 and HD 7950 minus a few exceptions. For...-
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