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Do you have any reliable source that backs up these claims? This is news to me. I believe the 670 has more memory bandwidth which would be a huge advantage over the 660Ti.

256 bit vs 192 bit memory bus makes proportional change in frame rate - 30%. You can make up for this some overclocking the 660 Ti, but not all. Besides, you can also overclock the 670 so that it is still ahead by ~ 30%.
post #702 of 3662
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Do you have any reliable source that backs up these claims? This is news to me. I believe the 670 has more memory bandwidth which would be a huge advantage over the 660Ti.

I was talking about 660 vs 660ti where the bus is same, just the core number is higher, here 660ftw which supposedly has 7,5% more gpu power is closing in on 660ti which should have 10% more gpu power than 660

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post #703 of 3662
Hi, I got some money to spend on a new graphics card.
I currently have a 3 monitor setup and really like to keep it like that.
Now my question is can a single 660ti run 3 monitors?
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I have to disagree. I don't think the 670 has a 30% edge over the 660ti. It seems to be about 15-20% from my experience and what i've read
    
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post #705 of 3662
i believe it was like in bf3 42fps for 660, 48 for stock 660ti and 60+ for 670
but since these benchmarks are done on 1200p monitors add 10%fps if you game on 1080

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Originally Posted by SortOfGrim View Post

Hi, I got some money to spend on a new graphics card.
I currently have a 3 monitor setup and really like to keep it like that.
Now my question is can a single 660ti run 3 monitors?
I do believe you need 2 cards minimum for 3 monitors with Surround.

Mine handled stuff like bf3 ok (5760x1080), but I like it much better on a single 1200p monitor.
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Originally Posted by scotthulbs View Post

I have to disagree. I don't think the 670 has a 30% edge over the 660ti. It seems to be about 15-20% from my experience and what i've read

I think pushing raw frames it is but games/benchmarks there are other bottlenecks/considerations so that is not surprising.
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256 bit vs 192 bit memory bus makes proportional change in frame rate - 30%. You can make up for this some overclocking the 660 Ti, but not all. Besides, you can also overclock the 670 so that it is still ahead by ~ 30%.

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I think pushing raw frames it is but games/benchmarks there are other bottlenecks/considerations so that is not surprising.

Considering the 670 costs around 30% more too, it should only be right that it is faster, but definitely not by 30%, not even when there are no other hardware restrictions. In theory perhaps, and when pushing video memory intensive stuff, but IMO the price jump isn't justified.
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Considering the 670 costs around 30% more too, it should only be right that it is faster, but definitely not by 30%, not even when there are no other hardware restrictions. In theory perhaps, and when pushing video memory intensive stuff, but IMO the price jump isn't justified.

What about the difference between the 670 and 680? Is it even less?
post #710 of 3662
Well ,660ti just arrived,installed satis..

is very powerful,actually running bf3 75-120 frames 1080p 120Hz
i didn't expect so good performance,even compare to 7970 looks more powerful,and its extreme quiet and cool 24c idle blinksmiley.gif

happy owner so far..



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