Packaging for the EVGA GTX 660 Ti is especially eye catching. The last card we had in from EVGA was very muted with an almost all black box being a classified card. This time around the front of the box has an interesting pattern with a 3d EVGA logo. Unlike some other manufactures, the entire box is printed, the super clocked logo or memory size aren’t stickers stuck on to save money on packaging. The same goes for around back where there is even a photo of the card.  They didn’t do a FULL specifications listing so they did give themselves a little flexibility with different speeds. Even so they were able to pack in lots of good information on the off chance you get to pick this up in a retail setting before buying it.

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Inside things are different once again, EVGA has gone with a plastic clamshell to pack everything in the box and keep it protected. Inside the card was wrapped up in the usual static protection bag along with all of the included accessories. Something we have seen on EVGA boards as well. Each accessory is wrapped in a sealed bag covered in EVGA logos. Inside those bags you get the normal DVI adapter as well as two 6-pin power adapters.

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You get a little bit of documentation as well with a quick start guide, Installation guide, EVGA poster, and a few stickers. You also get a kick ass case badge made out of metal as well.

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #27206 16 Aug 2012 17:01
Nvidia's GTX 660Ti is now available for public consumption. Look out, this is a hell of a deal!
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Myndmelt replied the topic: #27210 16 Aug 2012 18:35
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X-Infinity-Zero replied the topic: #27222 16 Aug 2012 23:52
What sucks is that EVGA offers a step up program so within the 90 days of buying my 2 GTX 560 Ti FPB cards i could have stepped them up to a newer model such as the 660s.

Only problem is my 90 days were up a few days ago.....:(

Now im on a mission to get 2 of these cards as soon as i can sell my 560s.

Cant wait to get my hands on them.
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trgtprctc replied the topic: #27234 17 Aug 2012 05:24
Almost makes me regret buying a pair of EVGA GTX 670 FTW cards...almost. Definitely a great "value" buy for SLI.
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CrazyBillyBob replied the topic: #27413 22 Aug 2012 17:52
I didn't Go for SLI but I ordered one The PNY GTX 660 TI's from Newegg Yesterday. Newegg throws in a Free copy of Borderlands 2 and PNY tossed in a free 16' HDMI cable... I think it will be a big Improvement over my 120 I've got in the system now. But I have to knock all the bugs out before the Lan...Am I nutz?

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #27415 22 Aug 2012 19:40
we always knew you were nuts, but this doesn't make you crazier at all
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renegade replied the topic: #27434 23 Aug 2012 07:53
Just ordered a EVGA 660 Ti for my desktop, giving my 5870 to my daughter.

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