Zotac GeForce GTX 660 Ti AMP! Edition
Last up in our roundup is the Zotac GeForce GTX 660 Ti AMP! Edition, a card designation that Zotac has been cultivating for a while as the ones that tend to have the highest available clock speeds. And that doesn't change with the 660 Ti it seems.
Just like EVGA, the Zotac card uses the half-length PCB, but adds accents that Zotac fans will recognize with the bright orange color scheme. The custom cooler is also pretty effective, and the copper heatpipes add to the style.
Here we see another pair of 6-pin power connectors for the Zotac model, as all of the 660 Tis in our round had except the Galaxy card.
Without the longer cooler, the Zotac card looks tiny compared to our other GTX 660 Ti cards but it still packs all the features and options.
And again, the output configuration remains the same with dual dual-link DVI ports, HDMI and DisplayPort connections to round out support for four total displays.
The fastest stock card in our roundup, the Zotac AMP! Edition has a base clock rate of 1033 MHz and a boost clock of 1111 MHz. Zotac is also the only card vendor to overclock the memory of the GeForce GTX 660 Ti, moving it from 1500 MHz to 1652 MHz for a total speed of 6.6 GHz. Since this GPU is likely memory bound, that could make an interesting difference in our testing results.