Summary: I paid $264 on Newegg - and they don't even have it there anymore -- IT'S GONE!!! And I found this one on the FOURTH PAGE of the search for this card -- all the other one's were 400+$ which is just crazy. BUY THIS CARD WHILE YOU CAN!!!!!!
Summary: Specs: -Core i7 3770 @ 3.4GHz -Geforce GTX 660 Ti 2GB -16GB RAM 1600MHz -1920x1080p TV over HDMI The GTX 660 Ti is a beast of a card, and completed my 2012 all-Asus build PC. Runs Battlefield 3 completely maxed out online @ ~60fps online w/ 64 players.
Summary: The folks at Amazon rejected my first review which read "perfect transaction" but it seems they want fairly wordy feedback, which I might have provided if this were a work worthy of critical review and there was anything to say other than "it works and I'm happy.
Summary: I bought the card yesterday, though not from Amazon. I tried a couple of games on the highest settings, such as bf3, batman arkham city, skyrim, etc.. and they handled the games and the settings perfectly!
Summary: the reason this gets three stars is because the 660 ti is advertised but the 660 gtx was delivered. had a hassle with the shipper but the card itself is good and hasnt really failed to deliver as yet.
Summary: I bought this version of the 660Ti for a Mini ITX Small Form Factor (SFF) build (Lian Li PC-Q08 Red). Since the case was extremely small and the fans were near-silent, I wanted a card that could cool well and stay quiet. Even in the cramped case, this card remained extremely cool.
Summary: I will update this review later with some benchmarks, but I just wanted to say quick that this is a great card if you still have older hardware. I'm running a Core 2 Q6600 (overclocked to 3.1Ghz), and I was afraid I would be bottlenecked by the old PCI-E x16 1.0 motherboard.
Summary: For me, this card replaced a pair of AMD 6870's in Crossfire. So far I couldn't be happier. Fans seem to run at a constant 10% and are pretty much silent even under heavy load. This card puts the 6870's it replaced to shame.