Reviews and Problems with Zotac GeForce GTX 660 Ti
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Neil Smucker, Amazon
25 July 2014
Summary: This is a great card, the only complaint I have is that (and this might just be because of my setup) if it's just barely torqued in a certain way one of the fans rubs against the metal fan housing. Not a major issue though.
Summary: Im currently using this graphic card, I have like 1 year with it and with just an i3 i can Ultra Almost any game on 1080. Except for those like crysis 3, battlefield 4, my current specs are: i3 2100 3.1ghz Asus Motherboard P8P67 Le Zotac 660 2GB 4gb of Corsair Vengeance Yes im just using 4gb of ram. i really need to get at least 8gb, that and the i3 is silghty bottle necking the card in some games. The Great Point about this card are this: 1-Small!!!
Summary: Simply love this graphic card compared to the one I used to have (nvdia geforce 560 ti) Could simply put most of the best game at it's maximum output Pros: - Awesome graphic - Gpu temperature is at 37degree during non intense graphic required - Gpu temperature remains at 45degree with maxed out graphic while playing ffxiv - Not much noise produced from the graphic card Cons: - Very expensive but definitely worth every single penny if you're looking at good graphics
Summary: As mentioned already, Zotac is an unknown brand for me, but has proved to be as good as Asus, MSI etc. Great cards in SLI with scores and performance exceeding the GTX-680! These video cards have replaced my pair of EVGA GTX-470's. Smaller in length and much cooler running 33c and underload about 43-45c. The Coolermaster HAF-932 is a perfect type of case, providing many fans and the best cooling environment for the gaming PC.
Great Card, extremely short form factor, kind of loud.
11 April 2013
Summary: As you might expect, the GTX 660 Ti is a great card. I can run any game available at the highest settings. I purchased the Zotac over other options due to the short length on the card. It's one of the few that you can squeeze into a small case. The only downside on this card is that it can be a bit loud when it spins up. Not a big deal if you have headphones on or the case is more than a few feet away, but it is noticeable. Overall, this is a great card.