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Cyberpower Intros GeForce GTX 660 Ti Gaming PCs

The company said it is making the Kepler card available across its line of midrange to high-end desktop gaming PCs.

The company is offering the 660 Ti for the Gamer Xtreme XT, Mega Special IV, Zeus Thunder 2500, as well as Gamer Xtreme 4000/5000 and the Gamer Xtreme 3D 2500 models. Complete systems with the card are selling from $849, which we could not verify. The cheapest 660 Ti system at the time of this writing was a Gamer Xtreme XT system with a Core i7-3820 CPU, 8 GB DDR3 memory, a 2 TB HDD and a 12X Blu-ray drive for $1,185.

High-end game systems can touch $10,000. A second 660 Ti card is offered by Cyberpower as a $375 option.

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  • DroKing
    holy freaking cow I am speechless at the price. Thats all I can say for now... from my beer beaten in head.
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  • Pennanen
    DroKingholy freaking cow I am speechless at the price. Thats all I can say for now... from my beer beaten in head.Im also speechless, with that money you could probably thrown in a 680.
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  • quangluu96
    WTF 375$ for GTX660ti, no thx just get the gtx 670 for like 400$
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  • kawininjazx
    For that price, how about 16GB of ram and a 120GB SSD?
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  • rockstar_7
    Nice
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