Nvidia GeForce GTX 660Ti Launch In July; Non Ti Variant For 199-249 USD

Sabeeh Qureshi
Jun 28, 2012
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Nvidia has always been dependable when it comes to getting the best bang for the buck with its graphics cards and with Kepler, things just get better and better. We already have a hint of how one of the variants will perform in the real world.

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Apparently the third GK104 installment known as the GeForce GTX 660 had to launch by the end of June as we had covered earlier here. But as it turns out, Fudzilla as well as our own sources have confirmed the card’s launch and availability in the July time frame.

But there’s more to the story this time. Supposedly Nvidia is indeed working on two cards for the GTX 660 with the other being the higher end Ti  variant. So it seems the Ti variant will actually be priced for $300 with the Non-TI card be available in the range of $199 to $249.

This will be good news for many if it turns out to be true.

Besides that, do keep checking out the NVIDIA GeForce Facebook page for upcoming teasers in the upcoming month to know first hand from Nvidia themselves on the new upcoming GTX 660 graphics card.

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We already have a hint of how one of the variants will perform in the real world.

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