GTX 660 Ti for 1080p?

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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  1. I would think it would hold up fine in 1080p.
  2. Best answer
    Sure. Why not?

    However, it struggles with Metro 2033 like all the other cards...

    Read the following review for more info / benchies...
  3. Best answer selected by themissingpiece.
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