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Edited by supergamer - 8/4/12 at 4:07pm
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Dang it performs right around a 580! Guess those original reports A LONG time ago were correct

"priced as a 7850-7870, performs between a 7950-7970"

GREAT JOB NVIDIA!
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Oh wow, 1344 cores? Dang, too bad about the bus speed
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Considering the estimated price and where it stands in overall performance based on this one review.... it looks like the 660 Ti is going to render the 7950 useless
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Performance really good for 1080p users.
All good unless u wanna push High AA/AF. Then it crawls down to 7870-7850 level.
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From what I can see, the 660 Ti performs on par with an HD 7870-7950.
If it has the same overclock headroom as the other GK 104 cards it could reach 7970/ GTX 670 levels.

EDIT: I read the full review and found that the card performs better @ 1080p resolutions w/o AA/AF.
Looks to be a good mainstream card!
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It performed around a 7850?
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Looks like they scaled each card just right in performace. In heaven, 680-300points less, 670-300points less, 660ti-250points less. Then below that the 580 is a few hundred points below that.


Looks gooooooooooddddddd
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What the heck are you guys reading? its not gonna render the 7950 useless its not even on the 7870 level. its around 7850 performance.
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Performs worse than a 580. Even my current GTX 560 has a 256-bit bus speed. Why would you hamper such a fine card as the GTX 660 Ti with 192-bit bus speed?! It's a GTX (enthusiast part) Ti (special edition) and they still throw it under the bus (pun unintended).
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