MSI GeForce GTX 660 Ti Twin Frozr IV Power Edition - A New Titan Rises

Launch SRP: S$499

Benchmark Results

Benchmark Results

The MSI GeForce GTX 660 Ti Twin Frozr IV Power Edition performed fairly well in our benchmark tests, scoring on average about 8-10% better than the reference design. Surprisingly, it surpassed the higher-clocked ASUS GeForce GTX 660 Ti DirectCU II TOP in a few tests, but was generally about 0.5% or less behind both ASUS and Gigabyte in performance. Looking at its GPU Boost performance we can see that it maxed out at 1189MHz, which is slightly under the peaks recorded for ASUS (1202MHz) and Gigabyte (1215MHz).

For our overclocking efforts, we were able to achieve marginally higher clockspeeds with MSI than with the other cards, however, the performance gain was not substantial, which further reinforces our previously stated belief that the GTX 660 Ti is already performing close to maximum potential. 

3DMark 11 Extreme Preset





The Good
Solid performance
Decent temperature rating
Slightly better OC potential than competition
The Bad

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