Summary: I really liked this product because it is not as expensive as other video cards and its performance is excellent, I've tested it with the following games with perfect results: Mark of the ninja, Hitman absolution, Assassin's Creed Brotherhood, Tomb Raider, Lego Star Wars. Highly recommendable.
Summary: I bought this to replace two old GTX 275s in my system. It is that old. My MOBO can support it. If anyone has any questions about such techie things, tomshardware.com is a great place to ask and get quick and accurate responses. NewEgg is also decent but I have an amazon card so I get a small % back using it here. Benchmark testing online shows this is well worth the money.
Used in a custom built Hackintosh/Gaming rig, love it.
AncientLocNar "AncientLocNar", Amazon
10 May 2013
Summary: I used this video card in a Gaming/Hackintosh and it performs flawlessly in an overclocked 4.2GHz i5 Ivy Bridge system. As far a raw performance it performs almost on par with another system which has a GTX 670 in it, which is very nice considering the GTX 660 Ti is around $100 cheaper. -- Great price/performance. -- Easy install. -- Runs quiet. -- Pretty much bullet proof.
Summary: I'm not a gamer, but I wanted help with some streaming video issues I was having. Since installing this piece, every stream has been flawless. My only wish is that these high-end cards would be a little smaller. The last two I've purchased have been a struggle to fit in my desktop cases. I barely had enough slack in a hard drive power cable to make it fit. I wasn't comfortable when stretching and tugging on that cable.
Summary: I am IMPRESSED. I used this in my first ever build that I recently completed, and man...this thing can tear through just about anything I throw at it, and it seems like it's hungry for more. My monitor is 60hz to I typically leave V-sync on in my games, because this beast wants to rip through games faster than my monitor can handle. Skyrim, Battlefield 3, Borderlands 2, etc etc...all FLAWLESS at ULTRA settings. If you are trying to game at 1080p..
Summary: GTX 660 Ti is basically a handicapped GTX 670, with fewer ROP's and smaller memory bus of the GTX 660. I decided to get GTX 600 series card rather than a Radeon 7000 series because Nvidia has a more stable average FPS. Even with higher FPS on AMD, Nvidia may look smoother because the average FPS is more consistent. Maybe AMD will fix that in the future. GTX 660 is a better value because for $100 less you get 10%-15% less performance.
Summary: Tried most of the benchmarking games of 2012 with it, runs without a sneeze. Fans are very impressive, and I couldn't hear them make a sound, had to actually climb in to check if they are actually spinning.
Summary: This card is well worth the price. All that has been written is true about it. It runs BF3 at ultra settings without blinking an eye....and this is straight out of the box. Best of all it is quiet. Well done Gigabyte!!!