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Most excellent, this will help a lot, thanks.

I'm highly considering sticking with Nvidia, I'm going back and forth between the 670 and 660 Ti.

How is this 660 Ti, EVGA GeForce GTX660 Ti FTW Signature 2? It is $299, but comes with a $20 rebate and you get a free copy of Metro Last Light.

I have 2x 3GB EVGA 660TIs One is a reg and one is FTW. The FTW is totally worth it. For 300 bucks that aint bad. I spent 285 on the 3GB FTW on the OCN marketplace (slightly used obviously). Some people push the 2GB to the limit. I would suggest spending a little more and getting a 3GB card if you think you will need it. (below)
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130817
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130823


Also Metro just came out. I played it for about 5 hrs today and I am LOVING it.
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I have 2x 3GB EVGA 660TIs One is a reg and one is FTW. The FTW is totally worth it. For 300 bucks that aint bad. I spent 285 on the 3GB FTW on the OCN marketplace (slightly used obviously). Some people push the 2GB to the limit. I would suggest spending a little more and getting a 3GB card if you think you will need it. (below)
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130817
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130823


Also Metro just came out. I played it for about 5 hrs today and I am LOVING it.

hawkeye, right now the only game I've been playing with mods is Skyrim and I haven't even maxed out my 560 2gb. Since the 660 Ti is limited by the 192 bit bus, doesn't the extra 1gb go to not get used properly?

I was reading Metro Last Light is awesome on the PC.

If in a month the darn 760 ti turns out to be something glorious, there is always the EVGA setup program too.
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hawkeye, right now the only game I've been playing with mods is Skyrim and I haven't even maxed out my 560 2gb. Since the 660 Ti is limited by the 192 bit bus, doesn't the extra 1gb go to not get used properly?

I was reading Metro Last Light is awesome on the PC.

If in a month the darn 760 ti turns out to be something glorious, there is always the EVGA setup program too.

Everyone says that about the memory difference, but I have played games on both my 3GB version and the 2GB version (friends) and it seems to run smoother. Go with the best clock rates though and overclock it. I haven't had the need to overclock mine since I am running SLI and haven't noticed and like sub par performance. But if you are going to get a 2GB version, you should get the FTW because the difference is very noticable. I ran my regular 3GB 660TI solo for awhile then the 660TI FTW and did notice things were a lot more fluid.
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Everyone says that about the memory difference, but I have played games on both my 3GB version and the 2GB version (friends) and it seems to run smoother. Go with the best clock rates though and overclock it. I haven't had the need to overclock mine since I am running SLI and haven't noticed and like sub par performance. But if you are going to get a 2GB version, you should get the FTW because the difference is very noticable. I ran my regular 3GB 660TI solo for awhile then the 660TI FTW and did notice things were a lot more fluid.


I think I might give the GTX660 Ti FTW Sig 2gb a shot since the clock speeds are pretty good. I can always add another one in a few months down the road by buying used off of ebay or Craig's list. Since it's only $299 right now, I can use the rest of the money I had saved up to get that SSD.

If I were to SLI the 660 Ti's down the road, how big of a PSU is needed? I'm just asking because I just bought this 600W and would exchange it for something a little bigger to just be on the safe side if I ever decide to SLI.
Edited by CaptainZombie - 5/15/13 at 8:15am
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I think I might give the GTX660 Ti FTW Sig 2gb a shot since the clock speeds are pretty good. I can always add another one in a few months down the road by buying used off of ebay or Craig's list. Since it's only $299 right now, I can use the rest of the money I had saved up to get that SSD.

If I were to SLI the 660 Ti's down the road, how big of a PSU is needed? I'm just asking because I just bought this 600W and would exchange it for something a little bigger to just be on the safe side if I ever decide to SLI.

Well according to this site, the total system wattage for 2 x 660 ti with 3960X ee at 4.65ghz is 540w playing Metro 2033.....The 3960xee draws like 100w more power under load than your 2500k and while OCd to 4.6+ it's going to be like almost 200w more. Granted playing Metro 2033 isn't full load for a cpu I don't recall.
http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/graphics/display/geforce-gtx-660-ti-sli_7.html#sect0

here are a couple charts to show the power difference. I would say if their set up is 540w yours would be 50-100w less at idle and load

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If I were to SLI the 660 Ti's down the road, how big of a PSU is needed? I'm just asking because I just bought this 600W and would exchange it for something a little bigger to just be on the safe side if I ever decide to SLI.

My setup uses just shy of 500 watts at the wall with my cpu @ 4.6ghz(1.36vcore) and 1333mhz(1.2v) for my gpu's.
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My setup uses just shy of 500 watts at the wall with my cpu @ 4.6ghz(1.36vcore) and 1333mhz(1.2v) for my gpu's.

Nice...so there we go. 500w for and OC 3770k and 2 OC 660ti....I would think a cx600 would cut it, especially at stock clocks.
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Well according to this site, the total system wattage for 2 x 660 ti with 3960X ee at 4.65ghz is 540w playing Metro 2033.....The 3960xee draws like 100w more power under load than your 2500k and while OCd to 4.6+ it's going to be like almost 200w more. Granted playing Metro 2033 isn't full load for a cpu I don't recall.
http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/graphics/display/geforce-gtx-660-ti-sli_7.html#sect0

here are a couple charts to show the power difference. I would say if their set up is 540w yours would be 50-100w less at idle and load


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My setup uses just shy of 500 watts at the wall with my cpu @ 4.6ghz(1.36vcore) and 1333mhz(1.2v) for my gpu's.

Do you guys think that 600W is enough because I will also be adding an SSD here soon. Should I go to 650-700W to just be on the safer side?

I just feel like I am so all over the place with trying to get a GPU it is not even funny. LOL!
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Do you guys think that 600W is enough because I will also be adding an SSD here soon. Should I go to 650-700W to just be on the safer side?

I just feel like I am so all over the place with trying to get a GPU it is not even funny. LOL!

I'm with you. I probably would myself out of paranoia too smile.gif But I have yet to see a system with 2 660 ti over 500w yet. SSD is probably only several watts...maybe 10w. But hey if you want to upgrade the PSU I see deals on the TX650 often...or even go for the Rosewill Capstone 650...But I don't think you would need more than that unless you decided to go with bigger cards later. Should be interesting to see if the next die change drops power consumption significantly.
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I think I might give the GTX660 Ti FTW Sig 2gb a shot since the clock speeds are pretty good. .


Just installed one of these last night. I like EVGA and usually buy their cards. Dont get caught up on clock to much, all that is just to simple to bump up its ridiculous. The 660 I had was bumped up to a 1245 clock and there was still plenty of head room, thats just where i stopped. Just unlock the voltage and mod the bios. As for the 2 gb vs 3 gb of memory, someone on here mentioned they actually saw a decrease in performace between the 2 gb version and 3 gb version. This makes sense as the bandwidth is handicapped vs the 670. It not only doesnt benefit from the extra memory due to the limitation but actually performed worse in benchmarking tests indicating that it handles it poorly as well.

A good read on the subject
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/geforce-gtx-660-ti-memory-bandwidth-anti-aliasing,3283.html

with the 3 gb vs 2gb info here on this and the next 3 pages
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/geforce-gtx-660-ti-memory-bandwidth-anti-aliasing,3283-10.html

The 2gb performs better, in these tests anyway, than the the 3 gb and you should aim at overclocking to improve the performance rather than more memory.

i did a lot of research before I went with the 660ti, but even with its limitations, its the right card for me right now.
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