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GTX 660Ti

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August 17, 2012 8:43:52 PM

I've been excited about the launch of the new GTX 660Ti, and I'm loving all the features... except 1, the 192-bit memory bus. I've been looking for a card to replace my 560Ti, which is doing fine for now, but I'm worried that it'll lack in upcoming titles like Crysis 3. For that reason, I've been looking heavily into the GTX 670.

Basically, I want to know if the degraded memory bus will affect performance on a 24 inch monitor at 1080p. I want to have the great visuals the upcoming games will have so yes, full AA and AF. I like how the card is $100 cheaper, so I want to know if the GTX 660Ti is worth the money, and can hold up with these settings.

I won't have multi-monitor gaming, but I will be using CUDA for video and picture editing.

Thanks in advance!

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August 17, 2012 9:02:01 PM

The 192-bit memory is hurtful when you do high-end AA. It still works fine at 4xAA Just don't expect 80 or 90 fps on a game like crysis 3.
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a b U Graphics card
August 17, 2012 10:44:54 PM

emperor piehead said:
The 192-bit memory is hurtful when you do high-end AA. It still works fine at 4xAA Just don't expect 80 or 90 fps on a game like crysis 3.

Compared to the GTX 670, its the extra $100 for the 8 extra ROPs and 256-bit bus worth the price?
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a b } Memory
August 18, 2012 1:04:34 AM

Yes and no, really depends.
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