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Kepler for the Masses: Nvidia GeForce GTX 660 Ti from Zotac Review

Started by: hubby | Date 08/16/12 07:13:36 AM
Comments: 335 | Last Comment:  07/28/15 11:06:53 PM

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0 5 [Posted by: hubby  | Date: 08/16/12 07:13:36 AM]
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Try to READ an article.
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It would be nice if an OpenGL benchmark was added to future testing even if it's something simple as Cinebench, plus remember the coming of Steam on Linux will make this subject even be relevant.
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2 5 [Posted by: BestJinjo  | Date: 08/16/12 06:33:59 PM]
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660 Ti is a good card but a tad too pricy for what you get, at similar price level as the 7950, you would be better off with the 7950. However if they lower the price, I would change my mind.
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1 7 [Posted by: BestJinjo  | Date: 08/16/12 10:48:53 AM]
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Actually, GTX 660 Ti is cheaper than HD7950

GTX 660 Ti cost $299.99 and it comes with free borderland 2
http://www.newegg.com/Pro...aspx?Item=N82E16814130809


Borderland 2 support PhysX (thats another reason to buy an nvidia card)
http://www.youtube.com/wa...vBRU&feature=youtu.be



2 2 [Posted by: maroon1  | Date: 08/16/12 11:53:45 AM]
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2 8 [Posted by: BestJinjo  | Date: 08/16/12 12:59:15 PM]
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Except Bitcoin mining costs as much in electricity as it would if you just saved up the money by using less power when you're not gaming. Unless you made a good deal and pay only a fixed price per month, but even then you're probably bound to fair use which means the power company might start asking questions if you start drawing huge amounts of energy.

Either way, I think there are far better ways to make money for a new card than bitcoin mining.
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Not bad, though not very impressive either. Just a solid product at a solid price.
0 0 [Posted by: rrr  | Date: 08/18/12 02:22:44 AM]
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BTW I can hardly call these cards "for the masses". That would be sth like 77xx series or nVidia's counterpart, when (or if) it gets launched.
0 0 [Posted by: rrr  | Date: 08/20/12 04:18:28 AM]
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I usually don't pay much attention to small details in most reviews and articles but I couldn't help noticing the masonic square and compass in the design of the face plate of that Zotac 660ti.

http://www.xbitlabs.com/p...tx-660-ti/00_logo_big.jpg

Look at the card as if the i/o bracket is facing towards you and from the half way mark of the cooler it becomes very clear that it is there.
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0 6 [Posted by: BestJinjo  | Date: 08/20/12 09:14:38 AM]
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Huge amounts of energy? You know a hair dryer uses 5000W of power, a hair blow-dryer uses 1400W, a coffee maker 800W. A videocard uses 200W. You aren't making logical sense with the comment of the power company questioning power use unless you live in outside a developed country. Since plenty of people have made $ bitcoin mining, you can't say it doesn't work just because it doesn't work for you or you didn't do the math correctly or you choose to ignore this feature.
http://vanessarose.ca/
0 0 [Posted by: Amnon Yahalom  | Date: 05/09/15 11:36:07 AM]
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A videocard uses 200W. You aren't making logical sense with the comment of the power company questioning power use unless you live in outside a developed country. http://copacabanahotel.com
0 0 [Posted by: Seo King  | Date: 06/08/15 07:33:50 PM]
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Except Bitcoin mining costs as much in electricity as it would if you just saved up the money by using less power when you're not gaming. Unless you made a good deal and pay only a fixed price per month, but even then you're probably bound to fair use which means the power company might start asking questions if you start drawing huge amounts of energy.
http://blackopshypnosistechniques2.blogspot.com
0 0 [Posted by: Seo King  | Date: 06/14/15 12:19:46 PM]
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I usually don't pay much attention to small details in most reviews and articles but I couldn't help noticing the masonic square and compass in the design of the face plate of that Zotac 660ti.
http://www.newjerseynewschannel.com/
0 0 [Posted by: Seo King  | Date: 06/18/15 02:01:09 PM]
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I usually don't pay much attention to small details in most reviews and articles but I couldn't help noticing the masonic square and compass in the design of the face plate of that Zotac 660ti. http://uhchat.net/
0 0 [Posted by: Seo King  | Date: 06/22/15 08:52:18 AM]
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I usually don't pay much attention to small details in most reviews and articles but I couldn't help noticing the masonic square and compass in the design of the face plate of that Zotac 660ti. http://rugbyworldcuplivestream.net
0 0 [Posted by: Seo King  | Date: 06/22/15 09:21:23 AM]
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Look at the card as if the i/o bracket is facing towards you and from the half way mark of the cooler it becomes very clear that it is there. http://www.fwheel.cc/Prod...dolphine-one-f-wheel.html
0 0 [Posted by: Seo King  | Date: 06/22/15 09:45:13 AM]
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I usually don't pay much attention to small details in most reviews and articles but I couldn't help noticing the masonic square and compass in the design of the face plate of that Zotac 660ti. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yFJV6v1vlWM
0 0 [Posted by: Seo King  | Date: 06/22/15 11:19:35 AM]
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Since plenty of people have made $ bitcoin mining, you can't say it doesn't work just because it doesn't work for you or you didn't do the math correctly or you choose to ignore this feature. http://songspk.press
0 0 [Posted by: Seo King  | Date: 06/23/15 10:07:38 PM]
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Unless you made a good deal and pay only a fixed price per month, but even then you're probably bound to fair use which means the power company might start asking questions if you start drawing huge amounts of energy. http://frigidairefad704dwddehumidifier.blogspot.com
0 0 [Posted by: Seo King  | Date: 06/27/15 11:01:38 PM]
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but even then you're probably bound to fair use which means the power company might start asking questions if you start drawing huge amounts of energy. http://www.sistemieconsulenze.it/sa-8000/
0 0 [Posted by: Seo King  | Date: 06/28/15 11:17:12 PM]
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Unless you made a good deal and pay only a fixed price per month, but even then you're probably bound to fair use which means the power company might start asking questions if you start drawing huge amounts of energy. http://yoyha.com/line-rangers-hack-tool/
0 0 [Posted by: Seo King  | Date: 07/01/15 11:50:50 PM]
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which means the power company might start asking questions if you start drawing huge amounts of energy. http://howtoloseweightfast.press
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use which means the power company might start asking questions if you start drawing huge amounts of energy. http://rugbyworldcuplivestream.net
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Ideologically separated from Congress Muslim leaders, Iqbal had also been disillusioned with the politicians of the Muslim League owing to the factional conflict that plagued the League in the 1920s. Discontent with factional leaders like Sir Muhammad Shafi and Sir Fazl-ur-Rahman, http://xsongspk.link Iqbal came to believe that only Muhammad Ali Jinnah was a political leader capable of preserving this unity and fulfilling the League's objectives on Muslim political empowerment. Building a strong, personal correspondence with Jinnah, Iqbal was an influential force in convincing Jinnah to end his self-imposed exile in London, return to India and take charge of the League. Iqbal firmly believed that Jinnah was the only leader capable of drawing Indian Muslims to the League and maintaining party unity before the British and the Congress:
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