ZOTAC's card is the shortest GTX 660 Ti we review today. I think it is kind of cute with it compact design and the cooler. But make no mistake - this card is ready to fight with the big boys.
The card requires two slots in your system.
Display connectivity options include two dual-link DVI ports, one full-size HDMI port and one full-size DisplayPort. You may use all the outputs at the same time thanks to NVIDIA Kepler's new display output controller.
An HDMI sound device is included in the GPU as well. It is HDMI 1.4a compatible - includes HD audio and support for Blu-ray 3D movies. The DisplayPort outputs are version 1.2 which enables the use of hubs and Multi-Stream Transport.
You may combine up to four GTX 660 Ti cards from any vendor in a multi-GPU SLI configuration for higher frame-rates or better image- quality settings.
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