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Palit GeForce GTX 660 Ti JetStream and Reference Generally Available

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Palit Microsystems Ltd, the leading graphics card manufacturer, introduces the latest Kepler architecture: GeForce GTX 660 Ti Series. The GeForce GTX 660 Ti graphics card represents the Kepler “sweet spot” for gamers-the ultimate combination of performance, power efficiency, and affordability.

Continuing with Palit brand new JetStream 風, Palit offers another GeForce GTX 660 Ti JetStream with factory overclocked at boost clock 1084 MHz that is +104 MHz than the standard speed and 2GB GDDR5 memory clock is set at 6108 MHz (+100 MHz higher).– that presents with 1.5x faster and up to 2x more power efficient than the previous-generation GTX560Ti and with innovative custom cooling and optimized overclocking capabilities to deliver the ultimate gaming experience for gamers.



Palit is the first to adopt the power efficiency DrMOS on Graphics card. DrMOS devices on Palit JetStream Series offer 5% more power efficiency than non-DrMOS devices and make power circuit more stable. DrMOS is a suite of optimized multi-chip power stage modules designed to offer high current circuitry, low EMI noise levels and low heat emission. And the optimized design that ensures stable voltage supply, it’s no wonder the Palit GeForce GTX 660 Ti JetStream is capable of transforming your PC into a visual powerhouse.

Worthy of its Jetstream moniker, the Palit GeForce GTX 660 Ti JetStream comes equipped with two 90mm fans that are strategically placed to draw heat away from the PCB. All dual TurboFan Blade fans are designed to generate powerful air stream and air pressure. Though the Jetstream series offers a powerful cooling system, it by no means generates a large amount of noise. In fact, the Palit GeForce GTX 660 Ti Jetstream is 4°C cooler and 5dB quieter when compared to reference cards.

Discover the ideal fusion of power, performance, and affordability game-changing Palit GeForce GTX 660 Ti series to experience faster, smoother, richer gaming environment with innovative NVIDIA technologies like TXAA antialiasing, Adaptive Vertical Sync, and PhysX. Palit GeForce GTX 660 Ti series is your must-have upgrade for today’s demanding games.

JetStream-exclusive features
  • Dual Fan: A Dual Fan design offers double the cooling performance, and combined with the 9CM-9CM Smart Fans, heat is effectively drawn away from hot spots.
  • LED Lighting: Fancy blue LED lighting on the Palit Jetstream’s thermal solution provides ambient lighting to further immerse gamers into the gaming world.
  • TurboFan Blade: Inspired by the power of jet engines, the TurboFan Blade is designed to improve cooling performance by generating a powerful air stream and air pressure.
  • DrMOS: DrMOS, originally only available for high-end server CPUs, is now available in all its glory in the next generation of Palit graphics cards. DrMOS offers high current circuits, low noise operation, and effective reduction of heat generation.
  • Simultaneous 3 X DVI monitor support: With its optimized video output, the Palit Jetstream supports 3 DVI connections using a single graphics card. (*through HDMI-DVI dongle)
  • Optimized Air Flow: The 9CM-9CM Smart Fan system consists of dual fans with alternating blade rotations. Each adjacent fan rotates in a different direction to reduce airflow conflicts and effectively improve overall cooling performance.
 
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We have the Jetstream for sale over here for a reasonable price considering the retailers jack up their prices.
 
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We have the Jetstream for sale over here for a reasonable price considering the retailers jack up their prices.
GTX660Ti for a reasonable price? Are you trying to say that someone's selling it for ~230 euro? :eek:
 
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GTX660Ti for a reasonable price? Are you trying to say that someone's selling it for ~230 euro? :eek:
That would be a steal for a recently released nVidia card of this performance.
Not a reasonable price.
 
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That would be a steal for a recently released nVidia card of this performance.
Not a reasonable price.
300-350euro for low-mid end card? Do you live in Richland? Just few years ago i bought ATI Radeon HD48070x2 for 350eu and that was a absolute performance king at that time. And now what?

Even GTX680 supposed to be a mid end card, but since it was enough to crush HD7970 Nvidia never bothered to release a real high end card and selling it for 500-600 euro... Just take a look at their financial report for last quarter - the money falling from the sky for them.

And lastly, why does everyone rate an GTX660Ti by average FPS and without anti aliasing applied? With all settings set on maximum and x4-x8MSAA it becomes slower then HD7870 due to it's narrow memory bus. Minimum FPS is also far from good. Tom's Hardware did a really good test that shows real GTX660Ti's performance. I'm really disappointed with Nvidia this time and mine GTX480 will be replaced with something priced more reasonably.
 
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bunch of marketing gimmicks the 660ti overclocked/ultracharged/power edition/top ed blew most of review sites around the world, this is funny indeed