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. Only game that lags is Metro 2033 at max settings. Outlasted my power supply in mining bitcoins day and night for about a week.
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! I was only able to do a benchmark on Dirt 3 and the average frame rate was 79, on the highest settings. I can tell that the other games were running on something slightly below or above this range.
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. this is good for a casual gamer that really isnt that enthusiastic about having the most mind bleeding graphics on the planet but enjoys good games like fifa or dirt 3.
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. Furmark pushed this to 70C, where the card sat for the rest of the test, and the card was still barely audible.
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. Although I do notice a CPU bottleneck in some games, the PCI-E 1.0 doesn't seem to be hurting the performance.
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. In Skyrim with maximum detail settings and about 2 dozen mods, my frame rates are never dipping below 60 FPS at 1920x1200. The card easily overclocked well beyond the factory settings for even the "TOP" series. Stable, silent and powerful.
Summary: I bought this card over six months ago, and haven't had any problem with it. Easy to install and overclocking using the GPU tweak software is easy as. I game regularly and found this card will run everything SP (crysis, BF4, Call of Duty, Tomb Raider and Metro) on full whack no probs. I have been considering the last few weeks on upgrading to the 780ti, but analysing the benchmarks and pounds spent the investment just isn't worth it.