All of this performance is delivered via the GeForce GTX 660 Ti’s 1344 CUDA Cores, 2 GB worth of dedicated GDDR5 RAM, as well as a 915 MHz base clock that can be boosted to 980 MHz. Additionally this GPU boasts a dual link DVI-I connection and one dual link DVI-D port, as well as an HDMI slot and one DisplayPort.
The GTX 660 Ti is constructed using the same 28-nanometer Kepler architecture utilised on Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 680, GTX 670 as well as the dual-GPU monster - the GTX 690, all of which were announced earlier this year.
In addition to its capable hardware, the GTX 660 Ti sports a number of features such as full support for DirectX 11 tessellation, Nvidia’s PhysX technologies, as well as the ability to power a display configuration featuring four monitors via a single graphics card.
Beyond its performance, Nvidia stated that its GeForce GTX 660 Ti offers gamers great levels of efficiency as well as a low thermal design power, translating to a quieter and less power hungry gaming experience.
Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 660 Ti GPU is available from the companies add-in card suppliers the likes of ASUS, Gainward, Gigabyte, Innovision 3D, Leadtek, MSI, Palit, and Sparkle. No local release info is available yet.