Hi, I'm a pretty big gamer and I recently upgraded to a 1080p display (Asus VS229P-H, so IPS), and my now 2 years old GTX 460 SE won't cut it anymore, no matter how overclocked EVGA says it is. I've finally decided to get a GTX 660 Ti, and once my paycheck comes in (I'm 16 years old, so not much money, even with a job), I'll go pick one up. However, I've heard some talk that the 192-bit memory interface might not do so well on 1080p. I for one find this hard to believe, since a $300 top of the line card should at least play anything at 1080p (by the way, I'm playing BF3, Skyrim, Tribes Ascend, Metro 2033 and Counterstrike: GO, among other things). So should I be worried about the memory interface? I've been holding out for a cheaper Kepler card so I'm making sure I'm getting the right card.
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I would think it would hold up fine in 1080p.
Sure. Why not?
However, it struggles with Metro 2033 like all the other cards...
Read the following review for more info / benchies...