Zotac GTX660Ti AMP! Review

Introduction and Technical Specifications

Zotac GTX660Ti AMP! Review  

Introduction

The second of our two-for-one GTX660Ti reviews is the Zotac AMP! edition.

Regular readers will know that the AMP! Editions usually come with a good factory overclock and Zotac's custom cooler, and the GTX660Ti AMP! Edition is no exception.

If you've come straight here and skipped the Windforce review then it's worth pointing out that because of the identical GPU clocks we're just seeing how the Zotac performs when overclocked. The 'out of the box' results were so similar between the two cards that it is pointless to clutter up the graphs with repeated results.

So enough preamble, does the Zotac manage to make better use of the overclock than the Gigabyte did? 

Technical Specifications

Despite being a very different brand with a different cooler, the Zotac AMP! has an identical clockspeed to the Windforce, both on the Base clock and the Boost clock.

However, Zotac have greatly increased the Memory clockspeed, up from 6008 MHz effective to 6608 MHz effective. Hopefully this extra boost will overcome some of the limitations of the GTX660Ti we've seen thus far.

Graphics Clusters4
SMXs7
CUDA Cores1344
Texture Units112
ROPs24
Base Clock1033 MHz
Boost Clock1111 MHz
Memory Clock6608 MHz
L2 Size384KB
Total Memory 2048MB GDDR5
Memory Interface192-bit
Memory Bandwidth144.2GB/s
Fabrication Process28nm
Transistor Count3.54 Billion
Connectors2 Dual-Link DVI
1 HDMI
1 DisplayPort
Form FactorDual Slot
Power Input2x 6-pin PCIe
TDP150W
Thermal Limit 98°C

 

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Most Recent Comments

16-08-2012, 09:06:23

tinytomlogan
http://www.overclock3d.net/gfx/artic...130755915l.JPG


The second of our reviews of the new GTX660Ti is courtesy of Zotac, and their AMP! model.

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16-08-2012, 09:14:07

PEXON
Not very impressive is it really? In the big hitters it fails to deliver any good price/performance, didn't live up to the hype/ 560Ti.Quote

16-08-2012, 09:19:11

SieB
Meh

7970=680>670>7950>660ti>7870>7850

^^ IMOH

Also price difference between the 660ti and 670 is next to nothing, no reason not to save a few extra £ up and go for the 670 or save some money and grab a 7950.Quote
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