Summary: ZOTAC has kept the street price quite aggressive at Rs.17,222 for the standard edition and Rs.18,444 for the AMP! Edition. This is slightly more expensive than the GTX 560 Ti and HD 6950 2GB but the performance difference balances out the increase in price, especially if you plan on gaming at Full HD resolution.
Conclusion: Given that you can find cards from other manufacturers for the same price that run at higher speeds out of the box, the chief reason to opt for the Zotac GeForce GTX 660 is its custom cooler, which makes for a shorter card that you’ll be able to fit more easily into a smaller case. It’s a very attractive design, as well. The dual-fan cooler is slightly quieter at full load than the reference cooler used on the EVGA GeForce GTX 660 SuperClocked.
Pros: Very good performance, Competitive price for the frame rates, Compact design, Supports up to four monitors
Cons: Supports only one VGA display, Not as fast out-of-box as some similarly priced GTX 660 cards