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.
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.
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.
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