Well, given all the reviews i've parused ...... alot of the reviewers feel while this & the customized cards are great .... a 7950 still has a slight advantage over it ...... even in some instances some have said 7870 actualy does well vs it as well especialy when you start bumping the resolutions and such.
Looks like the 660 may be worth it when you're looking at resolutions up to 1920 x 1080 (or 1920) but it seems that it doesn't pack enough punch if you game at 2560 x 1660 which some people (such as myself) have migrated to while increasing monitor size. If I were to get a card in the mid range pricing, I'd definitely get an AMD card, but I'd probably throw the 660 into my fiancee's rig (as she's down at 1080p).
When a tech site is constantly going against the grain with these, it is bound to open it up to accusations of bias. Did any other site find the 660 Ti faster at 1080p? See, this is where the problem lies.
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