660ti vs 750ti..a big jump??

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  1. J.B.west

    J.B.west Banned

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    Im just curious as to how much better the 750ti is vs the 660ti
     
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    Its not better, 660 ti is better performance wise. 750 ti is a replacement for 650 ti boost.
     
  3. Laci

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    The 660 Ti is about 20-40% faster than the 750 Ti, depending on the game settings/benchmark level and resolution. It is a decent card for 1080p gaming.

    Even the none Ti 660 is faster than the 750 Ti.

    I agree with stat1cx, 650 Ti Boost is on the same performance level as the 750 Ti.
     
  4. hold_on_tight

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    750 ti is a replacement for 650 ti boost.
     

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    Xaser04 Ancient Guru

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    It isn't....
     
  6. Undying

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    Good thing he asked before he bought the card, almost downgrade.
     
  7. Hootmon

    Hootmon Maha Guru

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    It isnt.

    Ive been assessing upgrade options for my 660ti and the 770 seems about the minimum to bother upgrading to.
     
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    true dat^
     
  9. Barry J

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    I went sli I get around 780/Titan performance in some games 1st time sli really pleased not had any problems
     
  10. SplashDown

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    ^absolutely totally agree with all...
     

  11. Hootmon

    Hootmon Maha Guru

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    If I could find a second card at a good price I might try that.
     
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    You will not regret it awesome performance lots of reviews of 660ti sli
     
  13. nafees

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    660ti is a great gpu, but 192bit a low

    still better

    i myself own it, and it has great performance in most game. except AMD EDGE games.
     
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    Only when u duck, jump up, u might have been jumping far...
     
  15. yasamoka

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    Kills upgrade path.
     

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    To be honest when sli 660ti is slow and can't play games the 780 will also be slow on high settings so we will all be looking to upgrade to much newer and faster hardware

    660ti in sli awesome at 1080p Titan performance for £440
     
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    Not really it is the upgrade. When it is no longer powerful enough replace both cards with the latest greatest card.
     
  18. yasamoka

    yasamoka Ancient Guru

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    Can't argue with that. But it's also a good idea to sell and move on to a faster single GPU, then SLi that if you need more performance now.
     

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