Gigabyte GTX660Ti Windforce Review

Test Setup, Overclocking and Temps

Gigabyte GTX660Ti Windforce Review

Test Setup

Gigabyte GTX660Ti Windforce
Forceware 305.37
Intel Core i7-3960X @ 4.6GHz
ASUS Rampage IV Extreme
Corsair AX1200W
Corsair GTX8
Corsair H100
Noctua NF-F12 Fans
Windows 7 Ultimate x64 

Gigabyte GTX660Ti Windforce Review     Gigabyte GTX660Ti Windforce Review  


Despite already being overclocked from the reference speeds, the GTX660Ti could still be pushed another 100MHz up from the stock speeds. Most impressive is the memory overclock. 996MHz effective is a big overclock in anyone's book.

Gigabyte GTX660Ti Windforce Review  


Although the cooler might look like it was cobbled together in a shed, it definitely does the business. Stock or overclocked it's cool, but more importantly, really quiet. Seriously quiet. The Northbridge fan on our test Rampage IV is louder than this card becomes when it's working hard.


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Most Recent Comments

16-08-2012, 09:02:43


The latest batch of midrange nVidia cards is upon us, and we start with the Gigabyte Windforce.

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16-08-2012, 09:05:29

Ooh I Liked the 560Ti, lets hope this does good too.
Edit: Shame about the price, was looking at getting a 660Ti fir my brother as an upgrade =/.Quote

16-08-2012, 09:28:09

I don't mind the blue PCB at all, but that cooler looks utterly horrendous on that PCB.

Performance wise, it looks to be competing with the 7950. The Unigine result was surprising though.

The price is a big let down as well. It's so close to a 670, is there even a point to a 660 ti and for that matter a 680. What are Nvidia doing?Quote

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