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Gigabyte NVIDIA GTX660 2GB DDR5 PCI-E Graphics Card

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  • Nvidia GPU Boost
  • Great visual effects to enhance the gaming experience for unbeatable performance
  • GeForce architecture with raw dual-GPU power to provide truly game-changing performance
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Gigabyte NVIDIA GTX660 2GB DDR5 PCI-E Graphics Card + Corsair CMZ8GX3M2A1600C9 Vengeance 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 1600 Mhz CL9 XMP Performance Desktop Memory Kit Black + Corsair Builder Series CX 600 Watt ATX/EPS 80 PLUS Bronze Power Supply Unit
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Technical Details
BrandGigabyte
Item Weight921 g
Product Dimensions40 x 25 x 6 cm
Item model numberGV-N660OC-2GD
SeriesGV-N660OC-2GD
RAM Size2 GB
Computer Memory TypeGDDR5
Hard Drive Size2048 MB
Graphics Card DescriptionNvidia GTX660
Graphics RAM TypeVRAM
Graphics Card Ram Size2 GB
Graphics Card InterfacePCI-E
Wattage450 watts
  
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ASINB0099AOAUI
Best Sellers Rank 16,779 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight921 g
Date First Available12 Sept. 2012
  
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One of Nvidia's fastest ever graphics cards, combining the groundbreaking new GeForce architecture with raw dual-GPU power to provide truly game-changing performance. Get superior gaming innovation that has been meticulously designed - inside and out - for the fastest, smoothest richest gaming experience.

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GIGABYTE NVIDIA GTX660 2Gb DDR5 PCI-E GRAPHICS CARD
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Miss Ashley Deveney on 4 Mar. 2014
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Incase you're wondering about my gaming rig, I'm using an AMD Phenom II x4 955 based build
(All DDR3 AM3 etc, so was quite balanced for the time i built it),
which has given me no end of bliss for 5 years, and my previous card which was a GTX 260 was beginning to show its age in some games, and after having my sights set on a GTX 560 previously, i'd waited and waited, and when i saw the 660 was quite an affordable price, i bought this GPU.
After using this for a month i can safely say i'm pleased with my purchase, not only 2Gb of ram from 896Mb but also a DirectX 11 compliant card, and as far as gaming goes, everything i've played using this card has benefited:
Games like:
Deus Ex: Human Revolution,
Hitman Absolution,
Tomb Raider,
and Alice: Madness Returns,
are all much more enjoyable and playable running at a resolution of 1920x1080 with most settings at maximum.
Personally, i leave Anti Aliasing disabled, and would have Anisotropic Filtering set at 2x or 4x, as i much prefer the responsiveness over having nothing but eye candy.
Some might wonder why didn't i go for a Radeon GPU like the 7850/7870, i much prefer nVidia GPUs, i have used Radeon GPUs before, and i even have an AMD APU based laptop with a Radeon HD 6320 GPU, which for the platform is quite capable, but this is neither here nor there.
Overall i'm very pleased with my new GPU, and the new lease of life it's given my PC
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Sam Lloyd on 14 Jan. 2013
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This was a great purchase, it runs all my games at a great FPS (for example, CoD: BlackOps 2: 50-60fps with all settings at maximum). I recommend this for an affordable FAST graphics card, you will have no issues running all the latest games for a good couple of years :)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Barr on 28 July 2014
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This review is for those chaps with an old quad core, some odd DDR2 kicking about and itch to play one of the latest games...I was in the same boat; an old rig, 'crest of the wave...a few years ago' and lots of friends banging on about DayZ and BF4....I looked at new builds and bundles (hundreds and hundreds of quid), finance and credit options here and there...and then one day my mate said 'why don't you just get this?' So I did, and it really wasn't that hard after all...Performance wise I suspect this thing doesn't even need the rest of my aging PC...everything high, high, high with a good sprinkle of ultras...BF4 chokes a bit when all 64 players on the server are with a few feet of each other but is stunning otherwise, DayZ slides down like a buttery muffin - for a hundred pounds, or thereabouts, it really makes you wonder why people buy inferior next gen games consoles for multiples of that...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Adam Midderigh on 23 Aug. 2014
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I did loads of research to see what the best card I could get for under £150 was and this came up trumps over the 750 TI because the 660 is more powerful but also more resource hungry so make sure you have a good processor and PSU.

So far it has run everything smoothly at max settings including GTA IV, Far cry 3, Euro truck sim 2, test drive 2, Darkness 2, dead island, Killing floor, state of decay, sniper elite V2 etc.

Was relatively easy to install and makes a massive difference , only criticism is when you're actually playing games on high settings it is very noisy because you have both its 2 fans running at max. Its not too bad though and I dont really notice it when playing.

*UPDATED*

A while down the line and its still fantastic, runs metro last light at 30fps on very high settings, without framerate cap it ran dead island at 120fps, runs dishonored max settings at 60fps. Basically runs almost everything in my 93 game steam library at max settings and between 30 - 120 fps, anything it wont quite run at max I just drop the anti aliasing by 2 settings and its fine. Without a doubt the best graphics card you can get for under £150 :D
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By D WHITE on 6 Nov. 2013
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I decided to upgrade my reliable and lovable 5850 ATI card and for the first time in eons I went for an NVidia card, and WOW I am so pleased I did. My 5850 cost me £300 when I bought it but I didn't want to break the bank this time as I'm getting the Next Gen consoles for Christmas and I *thought* PC gaming would take a back seat for a while, WELL IT AIN'T!!!! I get to play the brilliant Splinter Cell : Blacklist on this baby at ULTRA settings, I'm starting to think I have a *magic* version of the card but it ain't, it's simply a brilliant product.

The cooling system is amazing on this Gigabyte version and is very overclock friendly, if you want some extra oomp, I haven't overclocked mine as I want the extra longevity of the card as I think overclocking wears the card out faster, BUT I could be wrong and slightly paranoid in my old age!

The rest of my system, apart from my new power supply was bought in January 2010, it's an I7 920 running at its clock speed of 2.66 Ghz, I ain't never had the guts to overclock that, or have felt I need to.

I have 6GB of triple channel OCZ 1333 RAM, which I really should overclock to 1600ghz, but again I never really needed to.

Don't get caught in the web of spending £400 on these uber 780 gtx's etc. as this £141 card is really a technical marvel and is way underpriced in my opinion.

If you have 2x 16bit PCI-E slots you can always add another one of these card and have an SLI setup, but I recommend at least a 650W PSU for that configuration. 550W is all you need for one of these beauties, maybe 450 would do! Electricity bill will be down a little!
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