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Zotac Carte graphique NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 2 Go GDDR5 2dvi/HDMI/DisplayPort PCI-Express carte vidéo ZT-60901–10 m
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- Chipset graphique : NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660
- Mémoire vidéo : 2 Go GDDR5
- Interface de mémoire : 192 bits
- Résolution max : 2560 x 1600
- Connecteurs : DVI-I, DVI-D, HDMI, DisplayPort
- Thermique : Fansink (les deux ventilateurs)
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Description du produit
Adaptateur graphique RAMDAC: 400 MHz
Adaptateurs d'interface inclus: DVI-I - VGA
Carte graphique distincte: 2 Go
Compatibilité Mac: Non
DVI dual-link: Oui
DVI ports quantity: 2
Elément de format: ATX
Fréquence de la mémoire: 6008 MHz
Fréquence du processeur: 933 MHz
Full HD: Oui
Hauteur: 111,2 mm
Largeur: 191,3 mm
Logiciels fournis: Driver CD
Manuel d'utilisation: Oui
Mémoire Bus: 192 bit
NVIDIA 3D Vision: Oui
Nombre de ports: 2
Nombre de ports DVI-D/DVI-I: 1
Nombre de processeurs installés: 1
Noyaux CUDA: 960
Prise en charge du système d'exploitation Windows: Oui
Prises de courant supplementaires: 1x 6-pin
Processeur graphique: GeForce GTX 660
Processeur graphique famille: NVIDIA
Processeurs de flux: 960
Quantité d'interface Displayport: 1
Quantité de ports DVI-D: 1
Quantité de ports HDMI: 1
Résolution maximale: 3840 x 2160 pixels
Synthoniseur TV intégré: Non
Technologie de Traitement en parallèle: 2-Way SLI
Type d'interface: PCI Express 3.0
Type de mémoire de l'adaptateur graphique: GDDR5
Type de refroidissement: Actif
Version DirectX: 11
Version HDMI: 1.4a
Version OpenGL: 4.2
Vitesse d'horloge du processeur coup de pouce: 1059 MHz
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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
This card is small, but don't let its diminutive stature fool you. It's a powerhouse. Besides being faster than my old setup in DX11, it's way quieter and not nearly as hot. I really love this card. It's a great buy, and I think it hits the sweet spot in price/performance for the GTX 600 series.
If you're considering a newer generation GPU, pick one or two of these guys up, you won't be dissapointed.
EDIT: Since that last part sounded canned, and I don't want you all to think this is a fake review, I have to come up with something negative to say about it.
...the cursor was blinking for almost a minute there. I just don't have enough information about the current generation of GPUs to say something bad about it. If I were to reach, I'd say build quality is not as good as the GTX 470s I had.
Overclocking is typically done gradually and carefully by the purchaser of the card. You increase the speed in small increments and test it each time. Eventually your overclocked card will fail, due to insufficient power or getting too hot (typically the former is the first wall you'll hit). Once it fails, you have to increase your voltage or fan speed. This typically allows you to go a little higher in speed again.
The problem with this card is that the overclocking is already there, and the factory didn't calibrate it properly. There isn't enough power for when it cranks up to around 1100Mhz. This simply isn't a stable graphics card. Most games you try to run with this card are going to crash at some point, using factory settings. It won't matter how updated your video driver is. It won't matter what version your direct X is, and there is no magic fix in the Nvidia control panel.
I've had the card for about five months, and there are only two solutions I'm aware of to make it run stable. Both require third party programs. The first solution is to install a 3rd party program on your PC that will underclock your GPU. These programs are typically referred to as overclocking programs, but you would need to use it to underclock. I found that my card ran stable after I underclocked by 200Mhz. This is a pretty big hit, in my opinion, and nobody should be paying for a performance graphics card just to turn around and crank down the settings so that it will function properly.
The second solution is to re-flash your video BIOS with a third party program so that you can increase the voltage to your card. This will allow your card to overclock as the factory had intended. However, this is a risky process, and the only 3rd party BIOS update I'm aware of that will do this for this particular card hasn't been supported or updated in a couple of years, so flash the BIOS at your own risk. If you're thinking that you could just increase the voltage with an overclocking app from Windows, you cannot do this due to the fact that the voltage is capped until you flash the BIOS. The BIOS update serves to unlock the voltage cap.
In summary, this card is unstable with factory settings due to aggressive overclocking. It requires a lot of work and some risk to run stable on your machine. I think that most people consider buying this card because it is a performance graphics card, but that is not what you get out of the box. My personal choice the next time around will be to just buy a card that is not overclocked.
I noticed that the CPU was hitting 100% during some sections of Arkham City, so I performed the 'tape mod' with my Dell Inspiron 2.4GHz Q6600 and now it's running stable at 3GHz. Case temperature went up, so I added a Zalman heatsink to the Intel processor and new thermal paste. It's a direct fit to the existing mounting points on the main board. Overall case temperature was lowered by 10° Celsius and the CPU remains well under 72° C at full load, which is the point of thermal shutdown. Under a large load, it remains around 62° C, which is pretty impressive for a propitiatory OEM workstation case!
The Zotac is still running like a champ and frame rates are even better now that the CPU isn't maxing out. I upgraded my gaming monitor to a Dell U2412M IPS and use the HP for browsing. With the Dell, I play all of my games at 1920x1200 @ 60 Hz and was able to almost max out the rendering settings in Bioshock Infinite! It's amazing! The initial price point for this card was higher than the competition, but the small form factor was worth it. I'm still very happy and I'm bumping it up from 4-5 stars by giving my system another 2-3 years before needing to upgrade. Kudos for making a good quality product!
When I first installed the card, I heard a clicking sound, but it was the fan rubbing against a cable. Easy fix in most cases. Just adust the cable or card. Also, be sure your power supply and cables can handle it. I was getting a clicking sound with another card and it wasn't getting enough power. The issue was fixed by replacing a faulty power cable.
On a side note, if you have a older system that doesn't have a solid state drive for the OS, add it and be astounded! Of all the upgrades, this should be considered first. The Inspiron i530 Q6600 will handle a GTX 760 before the CPU starts to become a bottleneck.
- Dell Inspiron 530 3GHz (2.4GHz to 3GHz via 'tape mod')
- Zalman CNPS9500 CPU Cooler
- Intel 320 160GB SSD
- Corsair 8GB XMS 2 (4 x 2GB)
- Sound Blaster X-Fi XtremeGamer
- Dell 24" U2412M UltraSharp IPS