eVGA GeForce GTX 660 SC Edition Pro Reviews

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"I expect that with such high levels of performance for a modest price, GeForce GTX 660 could easily become the best selling DirectX 11 graphics cards of the entire series. With plenty of CUDA cores available and 2GB GDDR5, GTX 660 has plenty of gaming potential. It's unlikely that these core will request more data than the 192-bit memory bandwidth supply, which means two of these cards together in SLI could achieve almost 100% scaling. NVIDIA's 28nm GK106 'Kepler' GPU has made a huge difference in power consumption and heat output, and are benefits that deserve recognition. A fierce factory overclock gives this SuperClocked video card some extra pep, while still saving some headroom for enthusiasts to work with. Best of all, for an extra $20 you can extend the 3-year warranty to an unprecedented ten years!"
"The GTX 660 isn’t quite a game changer but it offers enough performance to satisfy the vast majority of gamers and its mere presence will likely cause mid-tier graphics card prices to reach new levels of affordability. Many were hoping that Kepler would finally hit the $199 price point but that hasn't quite happened, nor will it happen anytime soon unless the GTX 660 receives a price cut. But until then, the GTX 660’s accessible price, relatively high performance and wide-ranging feature set should have a profound impact upon the PC gaming market."
"The ground breaking innovations introduced with the GeForce GTX 680's Kepler GPU have now gone mid-range with the new $229 GTX 660 graphics card."
"Overall the EVGA GTX 660 SuperClocked Edition graphics card is not without faults, but it is one of the best graphics card available in its price segment. The EVGA model also comes with one of the best warranties around that covers the product for three years and not the user. The warranty also has a Step-Up and Extended Warranty period, which will be available for all original owners registered with the new global RMA system within 30 days of the purchase and standard cross shipping is available. So, if you are looking for a DX11 graphics card for 1080p gaming on a budget the EVGA GTX 660 SC is one of the best options available."
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