- 1344 CUDA Cores
- 3GB 192-bit GDDR5
- PCI Express 3.0 x16
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First Impressions 04/02/2013
Factory Overclocked, 3GB of GDDR5 memory, Price (compared to 680's), Factory Backplate, looks great, runs cool and has run everything I've thrown at it so far without breaking a sweat.
Haven't found any!
I chose this card for several reasons: First it's great bang for the buck compared to the 680's it's a little less expensive. Second it's still based off of the 680 PCB, so it's just a 680 with the 660 Ti GPU on it! So if you're thinking of watercooling look at stuff for the 680's! Third other Reviews were giving it good marks.
Now in the Pro's I said this thing runs cool and I meant it, I'm upgrading from a GTX 285 which idled at 39C and in games rand around 70C. This card idles around 30C and have yet to be able to get it past about 52C to me that's impressive for a stock cooler. The backplate is very nice looking and there is even a cap over the SLI connection which helps give the card a nice clean look. I only got mine today and have only had a short time with it but I think EVGA has done it again and highly recommend this to anyone that is looking for a great memory card but can't afford a 680 or the 690!
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