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ZOTAC ZT-60904-10M GeForce GTX 660 2GB 192-Bit DDR5 PCI Express 3.0 x16 HDCP Ready SLI Support Synergy Edition Video Card

  • 960 CUDA Cores
  • 2GB 192-Bit DDR5
  • PCI Express 3.0 x16
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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 2 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 2 years


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  • Anonymous
  • 1/28/2015 11:55:58 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsRunning strong still

Pros: Honestly, this is probably the best budget card to go with today. I put this in with an FX-8120 (I'd do at least an FX-8320 nowadays) , 8GB of RAM, a good MOBO, and other components for $680, and I'm maxing out almost everything in 1080p I've thrown at it.
Never has gotten more than 65 degrees, so that's good. It's also quiet, so that's good.

Cons: Doesn't have the same performance as 2 SLI'ed GTX 980 Superclocked editions?

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  • Kenneth B.
  • 1/27/2015 10:26:33 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsSynergy 660

Pros: Great Price, Good Performance, slightly overclocked out of the box, can still play cutting edge games at medium to high settings at 1080! I built a budget gaming rig for my daughters friend, and this card fit his budget. He's very happy with it. I have owned two Zotac cards in the past, and they are still kicking after two years of ownership!

Cons: Only 2 GB of ram, could be a problem a few years down the road. Only one cooling fan, my other Zotac cards had two. Older GPU tech, not cutting edge like the new 900 series.

Other Thoughts: I picked this card over the Geforce 750's because it can outrun them. For this price, you get 960 cuda cores and 192-bit memory bus. I'll take a 660 over a 750 any day.

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  • Jeff T.
  • 1/27/2015 7:19:51 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsLowest profile

Pros: Great card so far, and currently a great price bang for the buck. $140 is a steal for this performance. Runs Nvidia surround by itself (one videocard) with 3 monitors at Ultra High on most games.

Cons: Registration buggy, must call.

Other Thoughts: This card runs cool and has probably the lowest shortest heatsink profile of all the high end cards that I could find. I have a wacky heavily modified refurbished business machine (HP DC7900 Midtower with a reversed case entry from the opposite side). The heat sink screw of it gets in the way of most cards, but not this low profile one. It is awesome.

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  • james s.
  • 1/18/2015 8:15:13 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsDo not purchase zotac

Pros: none

Cons: Zotac gtx 660 would not work in Dell xps 8700 win 8. After hours of effort on my part I learned my problems were caused by zotac not programming the vbios to function with win 8 eufi. Zotac tried to blame dell bios or microsoft win 8 engineering, until i told them it might be their faulty programming in vbios. THEN they came back and said I was right and I was sold a product with an older product number and that mine shipped with an old vbios and NO eufi. So zotac was going to make me do all kinds of extra work and even pay for shipping back to them to fix the problem, even though they acknowledged the old vbios-keep in mind the box it came in said Win 8 on the side so zotac should have taken care of this problem for the get go. Zotac was really good at firing off bogus statements about this being dell or microsoft (win8) fault and telling me to pay extra or do tons of diagnostic work...their slow follow up and weak responses leaving me to do everything really was sickening. Lucky for me New Egg saved the day and gave me my money back. Zotac should have paid to fix this by giving me a postage paid label like new egg does and correct my vbios problem and shipped it back, but they refused unless I paid for the shipping which would have ruined the sale price investment i had made. I did not want this video card at any other price point, thus i had to ship back to new egg. Thank you new egg for good service and to the rest of you shoppers do not buy from zotac.

Other Thoughts: Another poor service issued occured when i tried to register my new zotac video card. I calle dzotac and spoke to a rep and he told me they give my serial number was invalid so he would not register my zotac, theus my zotac warranty would not last as long as it could have. He made me give him every single number on the box, i had to get out a magnifying glass and repeat them over and over, he had me on the phone for 1 hour but would not register the zotac. Then he said I had to use the manul method which involved me doing a lot of extra work. this started another ongoing cycle of extra work for me, where i would email all this information to zotac and noone would respond. So i had to do ti all about a dozen time until i finally called new egg and new egg got involved and then suddenly i got a response from zotac and like magin my serial number was not invalid anymore and the registered the product. This was easily the single most horrible retail nightmare ever. I will gladly pay more money to NOT buy zotac. Please do not support this company.

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  • Aaron M.
  • 1/9/2015 12:04:28 AM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsZotac Synergy Edition GTX 2 GB

Pros: Inexpensive, quiet, runs all of my games on high to ultra settings, runs cool, small size, easy to install. 5 year U.S. Warranty with online registration

Cons: Non with the card itself. The online registration did not recognize my cards serial number. I reported the problem to zotac and they emailed me back instructions on what information they needed to manually register my card within minutes. Was a small hassle, but the customer service was prompt.

Other Thoughts: Most bang for buck deal out there right now. I went from a HD Radeon 5770, and the difference is night and day. For the money you can't go wrong with this GPU.

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  • Vong S.
  • 12/29/2014 1:28:51 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsStandard GTX 660

Pros: -Least expensive of all GTX 660s
-Value priced card with basic GTX 660 specs
-Running without a hitch with standard NVidia drivers (reinstall and install a fresh one)

Cons: -Did not come with an SLI cable, luckily I had one
-2 of these in SLI paired with a core i7 4ghz still struggle with Titanfall 1920 setting (it could be Titanfall's lack of SLI efficiency)
None of which swayed the egg rating negatively

Other Thoughts: I got it during BF with some great discounts so the value was very good. I have not tried to overclock it and probably won't. If you just want a decent card w/o messing with it, this is the best value for your money compared to other brands. I have an EVGA and this ZOTAC card running SLI and they are running fine together for other games.

If you can afford not to SLI, do it. SLI is a big PITA due to power complexity, space, and game compatibility.

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  • Pauleologos C.
  • 12/18/2014 11:08:03 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsAmazing

Pros: I got this card for just around $110, and for that price you get a 2GB 192 bit SLI card with nearly 1,000 CUDA cores and DDR5 RAM with intense speeds.

It has a good quiet fan and is smaller than I expected. Will easily fit in any mid sized - ATX case.

I got this card for Dragon Age Inquisition and I couldn't be happier. This card runs DA:I at high settings with without a hiccup.

Cons: Requires a 6 pin connector, which a lot of its competitors do not. However, I wouldn't consider this a "con" as it doesn't use much power (thanks to the architecture) and still puts out some insane numbers for the low power usage.

Other Thoughts: Even if this card isn't on sale (as it was when I bought it) I urge you to buy it. I doubt you can get better bang for your buck.

--I will update if there are issues that arise.

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  • raymond b.
  • 12/10/2014 12:55:45 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsBest bang for the buck!

Pros: This card screams on a performance level for the price! $110 Shipped. Scores a little over 6700 in Futuremark 11. Can play most games today on High to Ultra Settings. I have pushed this card since I got it and was only able to push it a little over 150 Degrees Fahrenheit. Some cards with two fans get hotter! Also it only requires one 6-pin power connector instead of 2.

Cons: Make sure to only plug in your primary display (not multiple), when you first boot the card up. Will not allow you to switch displays until the drivers are fully installed.

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  • Matthew R.
  • 11/2/2014 2:01:02 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsGarbage.

Pros: Great value for a 660, if it works. Which it doesn't.

Cons: Fan connector on PCB was DoA, and the fan wouldn't power on, even when powered by something else. Replaced the fan with an after market one (accelero L2), using the factory heatsink and the motherboard's fan header.

Figured high temps from the fan not running was the problem with shutting my computer down under heavy load. After replacing the fan, it did the same thing, even though the temps weren't bad at all. Replaced the thermal paste just in case the temp readings by furmark were inaccurate, which was incredibly sparingly applied by the factory. Same thing. The card was just defective.

Word to the wise, if it doesn't work out of the box, just RMA it. Apparently, Zotac doesn't do QA checks at all, and the fan was just a symptom of bigger issues with the card. Unfortunately, because I took matters into my own hands, I can't RMA the card, since the warranty is likely voided. That and I misplaced the metal shroud for the factory fan.

Either way, this is the first faulty card I've ever received and the first Zotac product I've ever purchased. Probably not a coincidence. Can't say I'll be recommending them to anyone, ever.

Other Thoughts: I've since replaced this card with an EVGA 750ti OC, and the benchmarks are comparable for a lower price, with no 6 pin required. Don't waste your money on this card, you get what you pay for. And in this case, much less than that.

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  • Mr S.
  • 2/10/2014 6:29:15 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsAll you need.

Pros: * Runs every game I tried at max at 1080p.
* Due to die shrink fabrication process, uses far less power than comparable cards of previous generation.
* Small size fits in more cases.
* Does not require a 600 watt power supply as New Egg / Zotac is stating. A high quality 500 to 550 watt with a strong 12 volt rail is fine. Nvidia recommends a minimum of 450 watts, but I would not go that low.
* Again, Card has performance somewhere between the GTX 570 and GTX 580, but uses a fraction of the power that those cards use due to a smaller fabrication process. It can run on a PSU 150 watts weaker than a 580!

Cons: Kepler architecture is not as good for folding and visual design work as Fermi. It is designed primarily for games. This is not a con for me as I do not do folding or CAD, but a very small minority of people should be aware.

Other Thoughts: If you want more power, simply run in SLI. You don't need anything more powerful than this card.

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