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Monday, 22 October 2012 07:10

Point of View / TGT GTX 660 Ultra Charged reviewed - Thermals, Noise, Consumption

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: Superior auto-overclocking

Thermals and noise

As far as thermals and cooling performance goes, the GTX 660 UC’s cooling is slightly better than the GTX 660 SC’s, but when it comes to silence, it didn’t do as well. The GTX 660 UC’s fans can be heard upon starting the game, while the GTX 660 SC remained inaudible almost the entire time.

660 UC gpuz benchmark crysis 2 load
GTX 660 Ultra Charged

660 SC gpuz benchmark crysis 2 load test
GTX 660 Super Clocked


The Ultra Charged draws slightly more than the Super Clocked, but it’s to be expected with the higher clocks.

Power Consumption (the whole system)

 Peak Value

GTX 660 UC

289

GTX 660 SC

286

GTX 660 UC SLI

409

 

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