NVIDIA have just unveiled their latest GeForce GTX 660 Ti GPU, which is the currently the cheapest card to include Kepler technology,which allows it to outperform the last generation’s GTX 560 Ti by 41%, running at a base speed of 915MHz which boosts to 980 MHz which can be backed up by up to 2GBs of GDDR5 RAM.

The new GPU also includes the new TXAA (Temporal Approximate Anti-Aliasing) technology, which reduces jagged edges in games by examining in-game visuals and predicting what will come next.

The card is also capable of powering three displays at once and can run in SLI mode, which according to NVIDIA “outpaces the competition by up to 21 percent.”

The GTX 660 Ti  will launch on September 21st for £249 and will come with a free copy of Borderlands 2.


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