First benchmarks of Nvidia GTX 600 Ti card appear – not even out yet!
Tweaktown is the first website to publish benchmarks of the Nvidia GTX 660 Ti graphic card, which hasn’t been officially released yet. The card will probably become available in two versions but TweakTown only published results of the Ti version. The card has 1344 cuda cores and a 192bit memory bus. The cores clocks at 915Mhz which can be increased with a Boost Clock feature to 980Mhz and its 2GB of memory is clocked at 6008Mhz and together they are responsible for very good results.
In the 3DMark 11 tests the card scores better than the AMD HD 7950 and the AMD HD 7970 and the difference with with Nvidia’s own GTX 670 is pretty little.
In Unigine the GTX 660 scores worse than the HD 7950 and the difference with the GTX 670 is also bigger. In various tested games on a resolution of 1920×1080, the card sometimes scores like the HD 7970 but is usually as fast the HD 7950. On a resolution of 2560x 1600 the AMD cards usually outperform the new Nvidia card.
Energy usage and noise levels weren’t tested but they are probably lower than both AMD cards. The chip used in the card is Nvidias GK104 GPU and this consumes less energy than the chips used in the HD 7950 and HD 7970. The card should become available on the 16th of August, the sample TweakTown tested allegedly came from the R&D department of an unknown company.
1 Comments on First benchmarks of Nvidia GTX 600 Ti card appear – not even out yet!
- Posts: 2
- Posted on: 15 Aug 12 22:31
I got a 7850 and that does perfectly fine on everything, I guess this will be priced to compete with the 7870 on the AMD side or maybe even the 7950 O.o
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