Reviews and Problems with Asus GTX 660Ti DirectCU II
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11 April 2014
Summary: Always trusted Asus product. Running behind the scene quietly. Powerful enough for gaming and playing movie with duo monitors. 1080p + 2x dvi. A small tight for my casing, perhaps mine is small.
Summary: This was a significant bump up in graphics power. I drive two monitors (27" and 24") via DVI dual-link, and this works well and makes most games playable at full resolution (2560x1440). Easy enough to install and work with native Mac drivers with no fuss. I had to move 1 hard drive in my case (Antec atx case) to have enough room for this length-wise, and route a couple of cables around it.
Summary: Love the card plays all my favorite games no problem looks great would definitely buy again and plan to. Gonna grab a second one to run sli, if you're on a budget like me you cant go wrong with this card.
Pros: Looks great runs great can handle all the game I play
Cons: Not really a con, but it's long so make sure your case can handle it
Summary: Great frame rates at very high to high settings in most recent games. I would get higher fps but I'm sure im held back by only having a dual core (a gateway dx-480 that i got at a garage sale.) It is very quiet and is always cool. Issue with the heatsink shroud having gaps all along it that let the heated air from the card recycle back into case, but since the card never breaks 60C even under high load inside a crappy garage sale box with only a single fan this hasn't...
Pros: Quiet, stays very cool under high load.
Cons: the shroud around the heatsink has large gaps so hot air blows/leaks into the case instead of going out.
Summary: Unlike most OC cards which can then be fine tweaked and overclocked much more. Nvidia decided to implement a maximum of +10% on the power target. This means no matter how stable your temps, or voltage are. This card will simply not overclock much higher then its stock values. This is unfortunate as with the non reference design. I was able to get this card stable at 1200mhz+.
Pros: Under 60c full load, Much quieter then reference cards, Great price to performance, Single Pci-e makes sli much cleaner
Cons: +10% power limit, Nothing in box except the card