GTX660 vs GTX660 Ti vs GTX670 vs GTX760 vs GTX960 benchmarks

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  1. Artas1984

    Artas1984 Active Member

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    Greetings!

    Welcome to the NVIDIA battle of mid-range graphic cards! Since September of 2015 i've been acquiring and then selling these graphic cards, having tested them in between on my test bench. The purpose of this test for me was clear - having seen GTX960 benchmarks, i was not happy that the card was compared to only the stock reference versions of GTX760, GTX670 and GTX660 Ti - giving a false impression that some custom overclocked GTX960 was superior! Wrong! How about comparing custom GTX960 OC with custom GTX 760 OC, custom GTX670 OC, custom GTX 660 Ti OC - now that is what i call fair, because let's face it - few people these days obtain stock reference video cards...

    TEST SETUP

    Intel Core i7 3770
    Asus P8Z77-V LX
    Crucial 2X8 GB DDR3 1600 C8
    Windows 7 Pro X64
    NVIDIA Forceware 355.82

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    I have tested 19 games on 1980x1080 resolution with maximum settings on, but custom AA - disabled in some heavy games like Crysis 3 and Witcher 3 to make FPS "play-able" at all, set to fast filter based AA or set to real MS AA if the game performs well enough... Some games have build-in benchmarks, but for others i use Fraps custom 15 seconds benchmark. The screenshots represent the actual testing place.

    Minimum, medium and maximum FPS are displayed for each card. However, only the medium (average) FPS will be the leading factor to display the fastest video card first! If several video cards display the same medium FPS, then it is the minimum FPS that counts next.

    VIDEO PRESENTATION
     
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    fantaskarsef Ancient Guru

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    Love your reviews! Thanks for the reviews, sometimes it's hard to get some budget comparisons with newest drivers on old cards.
     

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    And just like always, i've included youtube video presentation too in the first page.
     
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    nz3777 Ancient Guru

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    Damm dude seems like one hell of a job you did there with the Benchmarks, I was cheering for the 660 ti the whole time and it actually pulled through on a couple of games! I will miss my 660 ti but I replaced her with a Gtx 770 which is Much faster then replaced that one with a Gtx 780 and that one just thrumps them all. But......Considering I only paid $120 for my 660 Ti last year ( Refrence design ) referb from Micro center/Nvidia Honestly that has to be one of the BEST bang-4-ur-buck cards I have ever owned.

    Thanks again for the bench.Nz
     
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    tsunami231 Ancient Guru

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    would seem the 670gtx got some life. though those benchs dont really shock me
     

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