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EVGA GeForce GTX 660 FTW Signature 2
Hexus have reviewed the EVGA GeForce GTX 660 FTW Signature 2 graphics card:
"The hiatus between new desktop GPU launches provides ample time - some say too much time - for manufacturers to tweak existing cards and offer a little extra to the customer. EVGA has turned its attention to the mid-range and high-end GeForce GTX 600-series line-up, and released a trio of FTW (For The Win) Signature 2 cards.
Based on the popular GTX 660, GTX 660 Ti, and GTX 670 GPUs, the FTW Signature 2 aims to provide high performance with specific emphasis on low-noise operation; a handy trick if you can pull it off. We have the GTX 660 FTW Signature 2 in for review today.
GeForce GTX 660 cards start at around £150 and top out at £200, where the faster GTX 660 Ti takes over with respect to both price and performance. EVGA's Signature 2 retails at £190, pushing the boundaries of financial acceptability, but there are a couple of reasons for its premium pricing.
You'll probably know that stock-clocked GTX 660 cards operate with 960 cores humming along at 980MHz, rising to an average speed of 1,033MHz under NVIDIA's GPU Boost feature that's baked into every high-end GPU. EVGA's card, meanwhile, increases the core speed to 1,072MHz (1,137MHz Boost), providing a solid uplift that matches the best the GTX 660 competition has to offer."
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