192bit memory bus gtx 660 good enough for 1080p? Tags: Gtx Bus Memory Graphics Last response: April 9, 2013 8:38 PM in Graphics & Displays Share Gvgd94 April 9, 2013 4:19:42 PM Hello all, im planning to buy a gtx 660 non ti but i wonder if the 192bit memory bus is good enough for 1080p gaming, battlefield 3 etc. And if its not good how would it show its lack of memory bus ingame? fps drops, stutters or just lower frames? More about : 192bit memory bus gtx 660 good 1080p lt_dan_zsu April 9, 2013 8:38:36 PM It's enough for most games, you will have to downgrade graphics on some games if you want 60fps. A lot of 7870's are for the same price as a 660, so I would look at that as well. There are some pretty reasonably priced 660's out there though. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedGTX 760 192-bit 1.5GB good enough for 120hz gaming? Forum What is a good power supply for an EVGA GeForce GTX 660 SC GDDR5 2GB 192-bit 1046 MHz Forum SolvedIs the GTX 660ti enough for 3 x 1080p displays? Forum Solvedis gtx 660ti god enough for games @1080p Forum SolvedDual SLI GTX 660Ti enough for 3 1080p Monitors? Forum SolvedIs The GTX 760 good enough for 1080p? And a monitor question. Forum SolvedGtx 660 sli, but is shroud/blower fans good enough? Forum SolvedIs Gigabyte GTX 660 good enough? Forum SolvedGood enough PSU for GTX 660? Forum Solvedis OCZ fatal1ty 750w good enough for Nvidia GTX660? Forum SolvedIs my gtx 660 good enough for bf4? Forum Is my psu good enough to run the gtx 660? Forum SolvedLEPA N500 good enough for GTX 660 Ti? Forum SolvedGtx 660 ti 2gb good enough for dual monitor gaming? Forum Is My Computer Specs Good Enough To Have A GTX 660 installed! Forum is my pc with standard equipment good enough for a gtx 660? Forum CPU good enough for dual SLI GTX 660? Forum Will 500 W psu good enough for gtx 660? Forum Is a 700 watt 80+bronze good enough for gtx 660ti Forum More resources Read discussions in other Graphics & Displays categories Ati GPUs Graphics Cards Gtx HD Monitors SLI Crossfire Tuner Cards Radeon Video Diamond Multimedia Matrox Nvidia Palit PowerColor Asus Games !