As is its wont Nvidia has released a new set of beta graphics drivers, hot on the heels of the 310.33 release a couple of weeks back. This is being called an "essential upgrade for all GeForce GTX gamers". Compared with the current WHQL certified drivers the 310.54 release is boasting up to a 26% frame rate boost for anyone playing the just-released Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 or the still-waiting Assassin’s Creed 3.
geforce gtx 660
It's been an interminably long time coming, but NVIDIA has finally launched the sub-£200 graphics based on its new Kepler chip architecture. Today's announcement sees a brace of polygon pushers out from the GPU giant, namely the GeForce GTX 660 and GeForce GTX 650. Priced respectively at £179/$249 and £89/$159 – and UK prices include VAT – they fill a gaping hole in
The GTX 660 especially could be one of the most popular cards in recent memory, if it performs well. Let's take a look at what inside, shall we?
Graphics chip maker NVIDIA has detailed the specs for a forthcoming GeForce GTX 660 card over on its website, surprising some of us with the news that the follow up to the GTX 660Ti will be OEM only. That means you won’t be able to branded versions in the shops as upgrades, you’ll only be able to grab one as part of a new PCs.
Looking at the specs, the question is whether or not you’d want to.