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this card rocks BF3 pretty well at 2560x1440.... just overclock the memory to 1902 mhz and its good to go. you get like 182 GB bandwidth, just slightly under the 580/670/680's 192 gb bandwidth.

and it pretty much becomes a bit faster than a 670.

This is the EVGA Superclocked 3GB model btw.
     
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Yeah this is old news (@GeneO)
Edited by Airrick10 - 11/19/12 at 12:36am
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I remember reading/hearing about that.
I must read..
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Just a stupid question that I need to ask, sorry.

I have 2 x 660 Ti SC's, could someone tell what the Ti stands for?
Whats the difference between the 660 and the 660 Ti?

Thanks
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Back in the day nVidia used the Ti moniker on high end cards.
IIRC it stood for titanium (atomic symbol is Ti).

take a look at the periodic table, its the same thing as ASUS DirectCU II cooler.
ti = titanium
cu = copper
Edited by malmental - 11/19/12 at 9:24am
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Yeah this is old news (@GeneO)

Maybe old news but my new card has the issue so either MSI has done nothing or there are a lot of them out there. So it bears repeating - wish I would have seen it here.
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Back in the day nVidia used the Ti moniker on high end cards.
IIRC it stood for titanium (atomic symbol is Ti).
take a look at the periodic table, its the same thing as ASUS DirectCU II cooler.
ti = titanium
cu = copper

Ah yes, im familiar with Ti. I do metalworking for a living (along with CAD / CAD)
So the Ti stands for high end card. not really titanium I take it? I figured there is no titanium on these cards is there?
Its funny that they use titanium to equate high end or high quality. hahaha
I guess they are just playing the public, you know, catch phrases and what not.

titanium is really nothing all that special but it sounds cool thumb.gif

Thanks for filling me in
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Originally Posted by malmental View Post

Back in the day nVidia used the Ti moniker on high end cards.
IIRC it stood for titanium (atomic symbol is Ti).
take a look at the periodic table, its the same thing as ASUS DirectCU II cooler.
ti = titanium
cu = copper

Ah yes, im familiar with Ti. I do metalworking for a living (along with CAD / CAD)
So the Ti stands for high end card. not really titanium I take it? I figured there is no titanium on these cards is there?
Its funny that they use titanium to equate high end or high quality. hahaha
I guess they are just playing the public, you know, catch phrases and what not.

titanium is really nothing all that special but it sounds cool thumb.gif

Thanks for filling me in
did some MIG and TIG welding in the Navy but that's about it for me bro...
not thinking there is actually Ti in the card itself but I know the copper base is nickle plated and the caps are solid.
that's all I can tell without know what exactly 'Military Class Components' are..
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Maybe old news but my new card has the issue so either MSI has done nothing or there are a lot of them out there. So it bears repeating - wish I would have seen it here.

What kind of issues does your card have? I mean is it not running smoothly or is it giving you any problems of some sort? I too was concerned when I heard about all this...but my card has been running good so far without any problems. If you still have time, then it be best to return it....I was going to return mine but I was out of the 30 day return period from newegg.
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Hi guys! Just bought new KFA2 GeForce GTX 660 Ti EX OC. Add me pls to your community.
My main PC config:
- Intel Sandy Bridge Core i3 2100 3.10GHz
- Asus P8Z68-V Pro
- 2x Kingstone 4GB DDR3 1600MHz HyperX Blu
- Western Digital Caviar Blue WD10EALX
- Samsung 830 SSD 128 Gb
- KFA2 Geforce GTX 660 Ti EX OC

Planning to add another one to SLI.

http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/5pfe8/
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