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I don't think it's worth going the trouble for. Putting it up for sale, waiting for someone to buy it, shipping it if necessary, etc. I doubt the performance increase is going to be significant. Might as well get a second GTX 660 Ti.
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I was thinking for single GPU runners.. smile.gif
SLi is an exception to the rule.

edit:
when you gonna get SSD.?
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Originally Posted by malmental View Post

GTX 660 Ti owners you are about to get eclipsed by the GTX 760, not sure if there will be a GTX 760 Ti or not...
but the GTX 760 will have a 256-bit interface as well as GTX 670 specs to go with..
gonna list @ $299US.

time to sell is now, just saying.

They are calling the ti for the 7xx series the Titanium. There will be one.
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Originally Posted by malmental View Post

GTX 660 Ti owners you are about to get eclipsed by the GTX 760, not sure if there will be a GTX 760 Ti or not...
but the GTX 760 will have a 256-bit interface as well as GTX 670 specs to go with..
gonna list @ $299US.

time to sell is now, just saying.

They are calling the ti for the 7xx series the Titanium. There will be one.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1397916/cl-gtx-760-pictured-has-2gb-memory/0_40#post_20125077
http://www.chiploco.com/nvidia-geforce-gtx-760-computex-25203/

it's all rumors until the card actually flies..
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@Edkiefer : thanks for input smile.gif good to know I'm quite safe smile.gif

And 760ti.... Well, I didn't find 192 bit interface an issue. Hynix clocks nice, bandwidth is enough for 1080p with 4x or even 8x msaa. I bought my card 4 months ago and I'm kind of attached to it smile.gif looks beautiful and performs great. Kepler generation is enough to keep us satisfied until ps 4 and new Xbox release when everything can change in the matter of gaming GPUs... I switched 560ti to 660ti because in many games I got even 50% performance boost. I don't think on 7xx it will be that noticeable. The only really cool feature is boost 2.0 but hey... Every generation has some extras.
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760 doesn't make your card any slower biggrin.gif

The 760 will probably perform around between 670-680 card . so unless you upgrade monitor to 1440p or something I don't think it would be worth it ,you can always chase performance with each new model whether it MB ,CPU, vid etc . there always something around the corner that "should" be faster .
Now if you have 2 systems with one with older card it may pay, put newer one in your game rig and the 660ti as backup/secondary system .
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@Edkiefer : thanks for input smile.gif good to know I'm quite safe smile.gif

And 760ti.... Well, I didn't find 192 bit interface an issue. Hynix clocks nice, bandwidth is enough for 1080p with 4x or even 8x msaa. I bought my card 4 months ago and I'm kind of attached to it smile.gif looks beautiful and performs great. Kepler generation is enough to keep us satisfied until ps 4 and new Xbox release when everything can change in the matter of gaming GPUs... I switched 560ti to 660ti because in many games I got even 50% performance boost. I don't think on 7xx it will be that noticeable. The only really cool feature is boost 2.0 but hey... Every generation has some extras.

Yes , I was surprised at the temps , though I honestly don't know what memory temps should be for vid . system memory runs much cooler .
To bad I can't easy measure the main memory chips with heat-spreader to see how cool they run.

Edit : for kicks I tried to measure the heatspreader close to were it covers memory and also measure back of card right were memory is underneath .
With GPU stabilized at 56c (nice temps biggrin.gif ) the heat-spreader got to around 103F(40c ) (I could not get right over memory cause of cooler ) . the back side of card right over memory chips that are cooled by heatspread ran about 113-115F (45-46c) .

So these did run cooler by around 10c roughly .
Edited by Edkiefer - 6/6/13 at 6:07am
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How accurate is this? Is the difference between the two really that small?

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How accurate is this? Is the difference between the two really that small?

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depends on when (time and date) that review or article was done.
now there is a bigger performance gap because of driver updates..

bigger performance gap.
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How accurate is this? Is the difference between the two really that small?
I had a 5850 before, and the difference is considerable!
660Ti can MAX BF3 @1080p and 60fps, while the 5850 couldn't with stable performance.

1GB VRAM isn't just enough nowadays.
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