SLI Benchmarks of NVIDIA’s upcoming GeForce GTX 660 Ti GPU have been exposed thanks to PCEVA. The GTX 660Ti would be NVIDIA’s next Mid-Range offering which would be priced at $299 offering competitive performance against the AMD’s HD 7800/7900 series cards.
The GTX 660Ti would feature the GK104-300-KD-A2 chip featuring 1344 Cores, 24 ROPs, 2GB GDDR5 (192-bit) memory. The reference clock speeds are 915/980MHz for core and boost, memory runs at 1502MHz (6008MHz QDR).
The tester managed to overclock and test 2 of the same GPU’s in 3DMarks 11 (2-Way SLI). Results are following:
Single GPU Overclocked results:
GTX 660 TI @ 1255MHz/1333MHz/1843MHz – X3419 Marks.
Note – The card used is a factory overclocked model by an unknown vendor, Clock frequencies were not shown, only the scores were shown.
Note #2 – The 3GB memory being shown is an error in GPUz, both cards have 2GB memory.
Memory sticked to the reference 6GHz effective speed:
GTX 660Ti Non-Reference – P9320 Marks
GTX 660Ti Non-Reference – X2916 Marks
Following are SLI benchmark results of the same GPU’s running at their default factory clocked settings:
GTX 660Ti 2-WAY SLI – P15855Marks
GTX 660Ti 2-WAY SLI – X5556Marks
GTX 660Ti officially launches on 16th August for $299 and plus for factory overclocked models.