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Asus GTX660 TI-DC2OC-3GD5 GeForce GTX 660 Ti Graphic Card - 1006 MHz Core - 3 GB GDDR5 SDRAM - PCI Express 3.0
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Pros: Strong card, for the short while it worked I was having a blast maxing out games with no problem.

Not a cheap card, but reasonable pricing for performance.

Cons: This card started giving me problems right out of the box. I installed the drivers and as soon as I did, my mouse and external hard drive were "disconnected" from my PC. Both were obviously still plugged into my PC, but unresponsive. Unplugging my external hard drive would occasionally let the mouse work, but soon enough the mouse would cut out as well. Eventually after leaving my external hard drive unplugged and rebooting, I was able to navigate around the PC again, so I tried to play a few games.

I had no problems actually playing games, while I was able to. Fans kept the card cool, I didn't get any blue screens or crashes while actually in-game, only when out of game and the USB ports started to act up. This is a very odd problem and I've looked around to find no answers whatsoever.

I would recommend this card, but good luck getting one that works, or rather works with these nvidia drivers. I've normally had zero problems with nvidia but maybe that's changing.


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Display Name: Micah J.

Date Joined: 09/03/11

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  • First Review: 10/26/13
  • Last Review: 10/26/13
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