GeForce GTX 660
Effective Memory Clock
Black / Silver
Expansion Slot Width
- 27 points
- 47 months ago
from completed build Black Diamond, First completed build!
While my friends had given me their spare case, fans, psu etc. to help me start my build, this was the only thing that I ended up using for Diamond (rest was from scratch) and it's been really awesome so far! My only concern was that it got pretty hot (72-78° C) under load depnding on the game. This worried me at first as I compared this temp reading to the other temps in my system (cpu, mobo, storage) but I searched it up and most info I found explained that this is totally standard and something I shouldn't get too concenered about. Newbie days. I run Dark Souls 3 on high at around 40-50 fps. Overwatch on high @ 60-70fps, ultra @ 40-50fps. Dota 2... maxed settings at 100-120 fps. Fun fun. Will be replacing this when I can get my hands on a GTX 1070 (or possibly the latest Radeons, 480x or 490x) Yea!
- 12 points
- 36 months ago
from completed build Mid 2017 Budget Build
This thing is OLD, but that being said it got a fresh thermal paste application and cleaning from me. Got it working 70-80 C under load with no hiccups in ESport gaming and older titles. Just dont expect it to run witcher 3 with hairworks on.
- 4 points
- 14 months ago
from completed build Build 01 - Azure
If you can find them for a good price, GTX 660s are around the same performance of the 750Ti, but don't overclock as well. this EVGA SuperClocked edition has a terrible blower cooler on it, so temps are less than stellar. May require a thermal paste change, That said, it still performs well in older games at 1080p, but newer titles will see frame drops/stuttering over Medium settings.