TweakTown has been breaking NVIDIA’s NDAs since the launch of GeForce 600 series. They broke both GTX 680 and GTX 670 NDAs and published the reviews before anyone else. Now, NVIDIA is on the verge of releasing their GTX 660 Ti and on the other side TweakTown is ready to break the NDA once again. Their senior editor, Shane Baxtor, just posted a 3DMark 11 chart with GeForce GTX 660 Ti results in it.
According to this chart, GeForce GTX 660 Ti scored 8589 with performance preset and 2677 in extreme preset. With those scores, GTX 660 Ti beats the GTX 580, HD 7970 and HD 7950 with a fair bit of margin and its a little bit slower than GTX 670 and HD 7970 GHz edition. This puts this new little monster is a very interesting position. More will be revealed once full review goes up, we’ll keep you guys reported.
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Update: Guys over at TweakTown have posted a complete review of a reference GeForce GTX 660Ti. The card is clocked at 915 MHz base, 980 MHz boost and 2GB memory clocked at 1502 MHz (6008 MHz effective) over a 192-bit memory interface. Coming towards the performance of the card, it handsomely beats GTX 580 while also surpassing AMD Radeon HD 7950 quite easily however when the AA/AF is cranked up then things get a little interesting, both these cards are neck to neck and in some cases HD 7950 leads ahead, looks like memory is going to be a bottleneck for GTX 660Ti.
You can read the full review here: TweakTown