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Gigabyte GTX 660 Ti OC Windforce Review

Rating: 9.0.

Nvidia recently released the GTX660 Ti – a high performance solution aimed at the hard core gaming enthusiast user with a budget under £300. Today we are looking at the new Gigabyte GTX 660 Ti OC Windforce which is a custom cooled solution supplied at ‘out of the box’ overclocked settings.

Gigabyte aren’t cutting any corners with the GTX660 Ti OC Windforce. The ‘OC’ (overclocked) version of the card receives a substantial core clock increase and the company are shipping the card with a custom dual fan copper heatpipe cooling solution.

Product Nvidia GTX670 Gigabyte GTX 660 Ti OC Windforce Nvidia GTX680 AMD HD7970
Transistors 3540m 3540m 3540m 4310m
Core Clock 915 mhz+ 1033 mhz+ 1006mhz+ 925mhz
Memory clock 1,502mhz 1,502mhz 1502mhz 1375mhz
Shaders 1344 1344 1536 2048
ROPs 32 24 32 32
Memory 2GB 2GB 2GB 3GB
Memory bus width 256 bit 192 bit 256 bit 384 bit

The Gigabyte GTX 660 Ti OC Windforce is clocked at 1,033mhz core, with a turbo boost speed of 1,111mhz. The 2GB of GDDR5 memory runs at 1,500mhz (6Gbps effective), and is connected via a 192 bit memory interface.

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  • Joseph

    delicious. well worth the money. AMD must be worrying at this price…..

  • Eran

    Im waiting for 660, it should be under £200 and hopefully much better value, like the 460/560.

  • Darth Digglers

    Thats a really good price. they were close to £300 when I saw the overclocked models, last time. wonder if they will drop to £230 before christmas.

  • Harris

    I hear these cards aren’t selling well. I think the price is still too high for gamers in general.

  • Vincent

    I own this card and I have OCed it a little higher than the displayed “Maximum” OC’s. I’ve managed to get a very stable 130MHz core and 140MHz memory boost from the stock clocks. (Using MSI Afterburner)

  • Hi Vincent, nice one. You got a good card 🙂

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