“Ladies and gentlemen, we have a new mainstream champion!”

“If you're looking at a video card that is going to fall in at around the $300 mark, you're going to be hard pressed to look at something other than the new GTX 660 Ti.”

“If you have a 1080p display, take your pick of any of these new [GeForce GTX 660 Ti] cards and enjoy. They are all a worthy upgrade over older cards like the GeForce GTX 470.”

“NVIDIA's new GeForce GTX 660 Ti will be a hit of that I am sure. The card delivers excellent performance levels at reasonable power consumption [… and] is almost twice as fast as the last-generation GTX 560 Ti.”

“NVIDIA has another winner on its hands with the GTX 660 Ti and with performance like this you really don’t need a 30 Rupee-plus card if you’re gaming at or below 1920 x 1080. If you’re shopping in the 20-25 Rupee price range, then look no further, the GTX 660 Ti offers very good bang for buck, and ZOTAC’s offering is really hard to beat considering the card's miniature design and game bundle.”

“The GTX 660 Ti is the best graphics card in its price range and the Zotac GTX 660 Ti AMP! is an exceptional custom graphics card based on the new architecture.”

“We continue to be impressed by NVIDIA’s Kepler products, and the GTX 660 Ti is an unassuming performance monster, at a price point that we think gamers can really latch onto.”

“The GeForce GTX 660 Ti is efficient and compact, and it offers very good performance at its price. If you’re a serious PC gamer with a limited budget, and if you have been making do with a two-year-old card, it’s time to think seriously about upgrading.”

“NVIDIA’s GTX 660 Ti speeds past AMD and snatches the crown as the mid-range graphics champion.”

“The GeForce GTX 660 Ti 2GB card from NVIDIA based on the GK104 Kepler chip continues the trend of dominating GPU releases from NVIDIA. Gamers that didn't want to spend $400 or $500 on a new graphics cards but fell in love with the performance and efficiency of the Kepler architecture will find a lot to like with the GeForce GTX 660 Ti.”

“In the press call with NVIDIA, they stressed that they wanted to design a card at a reasonable price that can play pretty much any game at 1080p with all the eye candy you could want. In that, they have definitely succeeded with the GTX 660 Ti.”

“There was not a game in the test suite that could not be run with the eye candy turned up [at 1920x1080, the target resolution for the GeForce GTX 660 Ti].”

“The MSI N660Ti Power Edition OC has many things going for it starting with the new GTX 660Ti GPU. This may be a revised version of the GTX 670 but it has plenty of power for most games and can clearly give the Radeon HD7970 a run for its money.”

“NVIDIA really brought their A-game with the new Kepler technology, and the GTX 660 Ti is a grand example of this. The GTX 660 Ti has a long list of features that include the new TXAA film style anti-aliasing that uses a custom CG film style AA resolve.”

“At the end of the day NVIDIA and their partner Gigabyte have developed a winner of a product and the new Gigabyte GeForce GTX 660Ti wins a well-earned Hot Product Award well worth your attention. Cool, quiet and efficient the Gigabyte GTX 660TI Edition has the making of a winner in the mid-level gaming arena where 1920x1080 gaming is the king of the ring action.”

"If you’re coming from an older mid-range card (or an even older high-end card), or building a new rig, the GTX 660 Ti is a great choice."

“With a lower entry price and performance similar to much more expensive cards, the GeForce GTX 660 Ti is set to shake up the graphics card market. Combined with ample overclocking headroom, the GeForce GTX 660 Ti is absolutely the sweet spot for performance per dollar.”

“The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 Ti is no doubt the graphics card many gamers have been waiting for, as it targets a price range that many can afford. Yet more than that, it provides gamers with what is by far the best value solution on the market today.”

“Considering the $300 price point of the GTX 660Ti, I would be willing to bet we see a LOT of these in everyone’s rigs soon enough. In fact I would go as far as to say that the GTX 660Ti is the new GTS 8800 G92. NVIDIA has hit the sweet spot for performance/dollar.”

“NVIDIA’s got another winner on their hands and continues to push the price/performance envelope with Kepler.”

“If you're in the market for the best "bang for your buck" video card, then your time has come. If you've been holding out for that next GPU upgrade, then your time has come. I would say that the 660 Ti launch is similar to the 8800 GT launch back in 2007. You are purchasing a card that far outperforms its price.”

“The GeForce GTX 660 Ti is, today, the best option if you have $300 to spend on a video card.”

“The GTX 660 Ti offers specifications and performance surprisingly close to the GTX 670. It also manages to compete well with the Radeon 7950 (including overclocked models) with a wide variation of 3rd party designs available. An excellent mid-high end gaming card.”

“There’s no doubt that at a resolution of 1080P or 1920 x 1200, the GTX 660 Ti is certainly the way to go from a price, performance and power consumption standpoint, particularly against the current crop of HD 7950 and HD 7870 cards.”

“If you are gaming at 1080p you can be rest assured that you will get the highest in-game settings with at least 4X AA or FXAA in today's games with phenomenal performance.”

“The GeForce GTX 660 Ti is a card that is downright perfect for those gaming at 1920x1080/1200. Your performance will be near perfect and completely in balance with the games of 2012.”

“For my bottom line, I’d say that if you’re hunting for a new card in the $300 price range, there aren’t a lot of reasons why you’d want to go with the Radeon 7870. With the release of the 660 Ti, NVIDIA has now cornered that market.”

“The ultimate winner is the GTX 660 Ti GPU and gamers looking for an affordable GPU that will increase frame rates and give you the latest features without destroying the piggy bank. Low power consumption, 1080p resolutions, and the ability to upgrade without upgrading your power supply, makes this card the right choice if the games you play are the latest DX11 titles.”

“The GeForce GTX 660 Ti is, as of right now, a very good buy. I’ve given it one of the highest GPU ratings in Funky Kit history, a 9.5/10! If you're in the market for a new GPU and are looking to spend $300-$350, this is the card to buy. If you were looking to spend $250, cough up the extra cash, it's worth it.”

“NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 660 Ti is everything we hoped it would be - it's the best enthusiast graphics card available, just pipping the AMD Radeon HD 7950 to the post, even after the HD 7950's latest updates.””

“Evidently, having both the memory bandwidth and ROPs massaged down to permit a lower price has done little harm to its ability to run games like Battlefield 3 and Crysis 2 at 1920x1080 at 60 frames per second.”

“NVIDIA’s mid-tier, Kepler-based graphics card was worth the wait, delivering excellent performance for the price while sipping less power than its predecessors and its direct competition.”

“The GeForce GTX 660 Ti is a force to be reckoned with.”

“NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 660 Ti easily dominates competing graphics solutions that share the same $300 price point, such as AMD's Radeon HD 7870, but pushes graphical power to match performance with the more expensive Radeon HD 7950. Taking things a step further, the ASUS GTX660Ti DirectCU-II TOP delivers an additional 7-10% FPS bump beyond the stock GTX 660 Ti, usually giving it the power to surpass the ultra-premium $420 AMD Radeon HD 7970 in many games.”

“For buyers who have wanted to pick up a Kepler card but have found the high-end GTX 670 and GTX 680 out of their price range, at $300 the GTX 660 Ti is at a much more approachable point on the price-performance curve, offering about 88% of the GTX 670’s performance for 75% of the price.”

“We do not know what the future will bring, but the GTX 660 Ti brings good value and a great performer to the 28nm GeForce Kepler family. With great features like PhysX and the second generation of 3D Vision, you can be assured of immersive gaming by picking this card for 1920×1080, 1920×1200, or even higher resolutions. We also showed it is possible to play at 2560×1600, something you cannot do with its immediate predecessor, the GTX 560 Ti.”