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Palit GeForce GTX 660 Ti JetStream 2 GB

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Palit's GeForce GTX 660 Ti JetStream comes with a large dual-fan triple slot cooler which promises better cooling performance than other GTX 660 Ti cards. We also see great FPS numbers thanks to the factory overclock.

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It might be a good idea to add that the top DVI port is a DVI-D port and the bottom is a DVI-I port, so only the bottom DVI port can be used with an adapter to connect a VGA monitor. I think this is true for all of the GTX660 cards.
 

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^ right.. also i believe this is the case for the other 600 series cards(670 & 680) too?
 

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that's correct for all cards that i know of. not a big issue, if you really need 2 vga connections you should buy a decent monitor before you buy a graphics card like that
 
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Just for curiosity, how much does it take to make a review? (in hours or days)
 
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^ It's scripted. Building those scripts took weeks. But running them takes very little human intervention... just set up the machine, go, and come back a few hours(?) later. Type up the results into an excel database (or whatever w1z is using) and run the graphs.
 
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Is the 7950 with the new BIOS there?
 
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