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I have prepared a complete list of all known GeFprce GTX 660 Ti cards that will be released on August 16th.

The lists contain various models, including 3GB variants and those based on non-reference PCB. So far no pictures of reference based card has surfaced, the only exception was PNY card, but that wasn’t strictly the picture of their card (there were missing stickers).

GeForce GTX 660 Ti graphics card is based on GK104-300-KD-A2 GPU, which has 1344 CUDA cores, 112 TMUs, and 24 ROPs. All cards are using a 192-bit memory interface. There are however few cards with 3GB of memory. The price varies from $299 to $429.

Please note that some pictures in the article are not from GTX 660 Ti models, but the cards will look the same.



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Edited by hour1702 - 8/11/12 at 9:22pm
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$299 to $429? Have these manufacturers lost it? Dear lord
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>Sees 192bit
>Nope.
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^why not? if high-end has 256 then mid-range must have 192
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^why not? if high-end has 256 then mid-range must have 192

144GiB/s isn't that impressive. It should get the job done on 1080p and below though. About the same as a GTX 560 Ti.
Edited by TheBlademaster01 - 8/11/12 at 3:20pm
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$299 to $429? Have these manufacturers lost it? Dear lord

I can see EVGA having the reference version, and also having a 3GB, overclocked, and backplate version. That should make a bit more sense.
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How long is it anyway?
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Just under ~9.5 inches, same as a reference GTX 670 most likely.
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Those who wants budget cards will be sticking to 500 series, I guess.

     
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Yay, my 580 is still worth something! But seriously, who'd pay $429 for a 660 ti when they could get a 670?
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