Also, I'd like to add a few more points in support of being able to enter our own rates. 1) Where I live, my local Microcenter, and my local Best Buy are all in different counties, with different sales tax rates. 2) It's possible to make purchases from some local retailers as a reseller, using tax-exempt status.
Excellent addition, very helpful, well done sir.
Let's see... Backplate, check. $299, check. Performance levels near the 670, with a better price/performance ratio, check. Awesome looking options from EVGA, check. I'll be going 660 Ti tomorrow when I get paid.
No benchmarks, sorry. I can say that if I were playing shooters, I'd go much stronger.
I'll do my best. Their primary purpose is to secure computer components in one place in order to improve aesthetics and mobility.
I just figured out that you're the man behind this site. Your comment makes much more sense now. :) Anyways, thank you for all the hard work you've put in putting this all together. It's one of my favorite internet destinations nowadays. I'm looking forward to being a part of it as it grows. Keep up the great work!
Yeah, and now that it has its own custom backplate, I'm nearly sold. But, if it's $299 with only a 10% difference (and awesome looking), the 660 Ti will be mighty tempting.
Thank you! I went from having a CM Storm Trooper with all fan bays full and every drive bay doing something to this. It felt good to go minimalist and simple. Good luck with your build!
It's better than I expected actually. I've had the 460, 560, 560 Ti, 570, 580, and 670 also. I got a great deal on this one, so it's up there when it comes to price/performance. I recommend it if it's in your price range.
I'm curious to see how powerful the 660 Ti will be. If it holds up well to the 670, I'll jump on it. If not, I'll be getting an EVGA 670 FTW next month.