Gigabyte GeForce GTX 660 Ti WindForce OC Edition GPU Pictured and Benchmarked

Hassan Mujtaba
Posted Aug 13, 2012
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Gigabyte’s GeForce GTX 660Ti WindForce overclock edition graphics card has been benchmarked by forum members at Chiphell. The Gigabyte GTX 660Ti WindForce OC uses a non-reference PCB design and higher clock speeds compared to the reference models.

Card packs 1344 Cores, 112 TMUs, 24 ROPs and a 2GB GDDR5 (192-bit) wide memory interface. Clock frequencies are running at 1033MHz on Core and 1111MHz on Boost while memory runs at a reference speed of 1502MHz QDR (6.0GHz Effective).

The card is cooled by Gigabyte’s WindForce cooler which makes utilized triangle cooling design. It comes with dual large fans and a three stacks of aluminum fin arrays through which two 8mm copper heatpipes run. Display outputs include 2 DVI, 1 HDMI and 1 Display port.

The user ran a few benchmarks at default clocked speeds and compared it against the Inno3D GTX 670 Ice Dragon GPU. Results below:

3DMark Vantage (High Preset):

  • Gigabyte GTX 660Ti @ 1033/1111MHz – H24026 Marks/ 67404 GPU Score

Battlefield 3 (Min/Max/Avg):

  • Gigabyte GTX 660Ti @ 1033/1111MHz – 28FPS/121FPS/67FPS
  • Inno3d GTX 670 @ Default clocks – 31FPS/129FPS/75FPS

Crysis 2 (Min/Max/Avg):

  • Gigabyte GTX 660Ti @ 1033/1111MHz –54FPS/107FPS/72FPS
  • Inno3d GTX 670 @ Default clocks – 59FPS/120FPS/79FPS

Dirt 2 (Min/Max/Avg):

  • Gigabyte GTX 660Ti @ 1033/1111MHz –63FPS/117FPS/98FPS
  • Inno3d GTX 670 @ Default clocks – 72FPS/133FPS/109FPS

The card would be officially available on 16th August for a price around $329-$349. It is also available locally for $399 (37,900 PKR) here.

Image credit to Chiphell Forums!

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