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ZOTAC GeForce GTX 660 Thunderbolt Graphics Card Pictured

Aug 10, 2007
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Nice, I like the cleanibility of it. Also, AFAIK, Zotac has the shortest 660/660 TI cards, allowing a nice amount of performance in small cases.

A Thunderbolt enabled card would really jump up the price as I believe it will take not only a TB controller but a PCIe switch as well. Could end up adding $60 or more to the price. Not saying we won't ever see one, but it'll most likely be an expensive specialty card.

On a separate but related note, any manufacturer going to put out a 1.5GB 660/660 TI? Or is this something that nVidia doesn't allow?
Sep 13, 2011
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That was six months ago...= expert
Well, if he wasn't an expert, replace him as the database maintainer. I'm sure we all will be grateful. :)