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EVGA GTX 660 Ti Review: Kepler Rendered Affordable

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  • eVGA GTX 660 Ti SC
    4/5
    $310.00
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    The new GTX 660, as EVGA envisions it, represents a seductive upgrade for users of older graphics cards.

At a Glance

The new GTX 660, as EVGA envisions it, represents a seductive upgrade for users of older graphics cards.

Price when rated: 310
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Pros

  • Compact and power-efficient
  • Makes desktop Kepler graphics more affordable

Cons

  • GPU compute performance lower than the competition
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