Asus GTX 660Ti DirectCU II TOP Graphics Card Review



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The box is what we expect from Asus with bright colouring and the main features laid out on the front. We get a brief glimpse over the Direct CU Cooler II design which we have come to know quite well and along the lower edge that this card as passed the TOP validation process.

Flipping things over, we can see some more information on the cooler, DIGI+ VRM and GPU Tweak. Also printed here is a view of the rear I/O so you are aware as to what connections are available.

Alongside the card we find a Speed Setup manual, driver CD with GPU Tweak, a twin-molex to 6-pin power adaptor and a DVI-VGA adaptor.

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  • http://twitter.com/Skidmarksdeluxe Wayne

    When Nvidia first released the GTX 660Ti it was irrelevant due to it’s high price but now that it’s come down a bit it may be worth considering if you don’t already own a decent 5 series card and game at 1080p with eye candy. The thing that really irritates me about the 660Ti’s is the paltry 192 bit memory bus. While this is probably fine for the plain 660, the Ti models should have a 256 bit bus. That said, if you already have a good 5 series card, there’s absolutely no reason to waste money on any of the 660 Ti’s. It’s my opinion only and doesn’t only apply to Nvidia’s cards but AMD’s as well. Thanks to the current antiquated consoles it’s not necessary to upgrade to the latest cards anymore.

  • hansmuff

    Did your card have the BIOS update on it? Shortly after release, ASUS published a BIOS update for all ASUS 660Ti cards that enhanced performance quite a bit. It’s on their support site.

    • aruffell

      Yeah, Asus are quite good for sampling in the UK, in that they check their cards before they are sent out to make sure they have the latest BIOS. If one comes out while we have the card, we’re notified straight away too.