NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 2GB GDDR5 PCIe
Decent performance for the price, even at higher resolutions.
Introduces Kepler technologies to the mainstream market.
Not decisively faster than similarly priced AMD cards in many tests.
Power usage higher than that of competitors.
By TechSpot on September 13, 2012
When we first reviewed the GTX 670, we deemed it the best value high-end graphics card money could buy. Likewise, last month we found that the GTX 660 Ti exceeded the GTX 670's price-to-performance ratio, making it the biggest bang for your buck....-
By hardCOREware on March 05, 2013
But if you do have a budget, it's not quite that easy. There are dozens of cards to choose from in every price range, and depending on your budget, the best card can change dramatically.What this article intends to do is figure out what is the best...-
By uk.hardware.info on February 04, 2013
Today Futuremark released a new version of its popular 3DMark benchmarking software, which has been part of the standard Hardware.Info tests since the first version appeared in 1999. Futuremark seems to be taking a cue from Apple with the name this...-
By uk.hardware.info on December 03, 2012
When we review a new graphics card on Hardware.Info and list the benchmark results, the charts also include other cards from the current and previous generation to put things in perspective. We typically don't go back further in time to avoid...-
By DigitalVersus on October 25, 2012
This is a well-rounded graphics card with decent enough power use and gaming performances. However, make sure you pick up a modified model, as cards using the standard cooling system (seen in the Nvidia reference card) are way too...80
By Techgage on September 14, 2012
NVIDIA is good at many different things, but where the company truly excels is in its ability to fill every conceivable void in the GPU market. Have $100? There's a card for you. Have $150? Ditto. Have $1,000? Can I have it?Just a month ago, NVIDIA...-
By PC Mag on September 13, 2012
If you've been waiting a couple of years to upgrade your $200 video card, the Nvidia GeForce GTX 660 is an attractive choice that nonetheless faces strong competition from similarly priced AMD...70
By Hardware Canucks on September 13, 2012
With the Kepler architecture gradually cascading down into lower price points, it was only a matter of time until a new card was released to compete for the hearts and minds of budget-conscious buyers who still want adequate performance. The GTX 660...-
By AnandTech on September 13, 2012
As our regular readers are well aware, NVIDIA’s 28nm supply constraints have proven to be a constant thorn in the side of the company. Since Q2 the message in financial statements has been clear: NVIDIA could be selling more GPUs if they had...-
By Expert Reviews on September 13, 2012
Not any quicker than the mid-range competition from AMD, but smaller and less...100