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GTX 660 (non-Ti) 2-Way SLI @ 1080p tests?

Does anyone know some tests (preferably showing FPS in a game rather than just performance testing them) for the GTX 660 (non-Ti) in 2-Way SLI at 1080p?

Thanks in advance!
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  2. Not sure of any for the 660 (non-TI version), but here are some for a couple 650 TI Boost edition cards. It should give you a fair idea of what you're looking at (the 660 cards should be a little bit better than these).

    [url=http://www.tomshardware.com/charts/2012-vga-gpgpu/compare,2936.html?prod[6107]=on&prod[6108]=on]650 TI Boost Edition benchmarks

    You want to look at the categories labeled "Performance" as they are the ones done at 1920x1080.
  3. anort3 said:

    Wow, the 660 scales quite incredibly :love: I think I will definitely pick up a second one when money allows it! :D

    anort3 said:

    I had looked at this before asking the question, I can't find any testing at 1080p. Granted, 1920x1200 is super, super close, but it's just 'not the same' in my eyes as the viewer of the results. :)

    TYVM for that first link! :D
  4. Sure. Glad to help! :)
  5. 17seconds said:



    Huh...why on Earth do they perform so poorly on F1 2012?
  6. F1 is an old AMD standby. Reviewers use it to even out the benchmarks so that they at least have a game or two that favor AMD cards. Does anyone even play F1? I don't know, but it's still being used on several review sites. Tom's Hardware even used it as one of their 5 gaming benchmarks up until this most recent review.
  7. 17seconds said:
    F1 is an old AMD standby. Reviewers use it to even out the benchmarks so that they at least have a game or two that favor AMD cards. Does anyone even play F1? I don't know, but it's still being used on several review sites. Tom's Hardware even used it as one of their 5 gaming benchmarks up until this most recent review.


    Ah I see. Well, I don't have to play it, they just built that F1 track here in Austin so yeah :P But seriously, if anyone plays racing games it's Need for Speed or something :D Well thanks again for showing me some useful bench-marking stuff! :)
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