As I said when going over the GTX 660Ti’s features, with such a similar configuration as the GTX 670, I expected the results to be close. The drop in memory bandwidth did affect things, but not by too much, keeping the GTX 660Ti up near the top. I would expect to see more of a decrease if we were testing on higher resolutions, but at 1080p the GTX 660Ti kicked but in all of our 3dmark benchmarks. Even more interesting is where that puts the GTX 660Ti when compared to AMD’s offerings. First it slightly edged out the performance we saw when running TWO HD 6870’s in crossfire. That also puts it just below the HD 7950 in 3DMark Vantage tests and actually ABOVE the HD 7950 and HD 7970 in 3DMark 11 benchmarks!