Now I'm Really confused...is it gonna come 6th septembor or 16th August...:/
^ isnt they are releasing them at 14th aug? Now they changed the date?
hmmm...there r three RUMORED dates 14,16th August and recently found 6 sept...Allah!!!kobe aibo???? :/
a very good card.
Girl my body don't lie, i'm outta my mind, let it rain over me.......
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Looks like TT review wasn't that far off and is legit.
4xAA, OC and 3.0 version of Heaven, a higher score than TT. Great card indeed.
The Reference card is selling at $299...so directly converted price is aroun 24k...but ultimately it's gonna cost at 30k i think...There goes the price of REFERENCE card...so the customized or OC cards may cost MORE!!!!DHAATT....wanted the card to be at 25k...
Here is the link of the Store: http://www.compusa.com/applications/...MobileOptOut=1
We're looking at another card priced at 32K? The HD7870 costs 32K in BD market, right?
ya...that's the catch...the reference card always cost less than the modded ones i think...hmmm...have no idea what the Sapphire and Asus ones r gonna cost...:-S
This is good, the better GTX660Ti turn out to be the higher the chances that AMD is going to lower the prices of their mid range of graphics cards.
Good card, not too hot at 1080p with AA though. But that's nothing unreasonable. This indeed is the best value card right now, but would've been better if it was slightly more power efficient. I read somewhere in xBitlabs that they reduced power usage of the 680 by 20W through drivers, hopefully the same can be done for this card as well.
But the best news will come after a few weeks, 7950 for $300! One can dream
well, 7950 er price 300$ hoye jabe thik ee, but bd te 35000 er niche jabe na
Anandtech - http://www.anandtech.com/show/6159/t...-660-ti-review
TomsHardware - http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...view,3279.html
Borderlands 2 will accompany Nvidia's latest graphics card, the GeForce GTX 660 Ti, as a PhysX-enabled freebie in the US and Europe. The bundle should be shipping to stores today in multiple SKUs, and the included code will enable a free download of the game when it's released on September 18 (September 21 in Europe). Prices may vary between Nvidia's manufacturing partners, but the GTX 660 Ti is meant to hover around $300 – a hundred bucks below the more powerful GTX 670.
The GTX 660 Ti shoots for a sweet(er) spot between affordability and Nvidia's Kepler architecture, which has been praised for its brutish performance and energy efficiency. The company claims the 660 Ti trumps ATi's $350 Radeon HD 7950, and outperforms the GeForce GTX 560 Ti by 41 percent. It runs at a base speed of 915 MHz (boosting up to 980 MHz), carries 2GB of GDDR5 RAM and probably emits a mighty fine whirr.
Kepler also makes a case for TXAA (Temporal Approximate Anti-Aliasing), a rendering technique that examines visual output and then attempts to predict and compensate for jagged edges in upcoming frames. According to Nvidia, TXAA is superior when it comes to producing anti-aliasing for scenes in motion. The first game to make use of TXAA is Funcom's new flagship MMO, The Secret World (demonstrated after the break.)
Nvidia didn't announce TXAA support for Borderlands 2, but did peg the cel-shaded shooter's maxed-settings performance on the 660 Ti at an average of 78 frames per second, on a high-end rig and a resolution of 1080p. The video above highlights the physics-driven flair added by PhysX, though not nearly as well as the insightful quote from Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford, which we've taken verbatim from the press materials: "you can get some crazy awesome physics simulations."
Last edited by arefinzz; August 17th, 2012 at 06:48.
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Meh Borderlands 2 does not have such good PhysX effects. Last year's bundling of Batman Arkham City was a way better value.
After the DNF FIASCO I'm not buying anything that has anything to do with Randy Bitchford!