Originally Posted by mclanejs
With 660ti @ 2.35 Tflops and the 480 @ 1.35 Tflops, I'd say it should. I mean come on, 660ti = 1152 cores, 480 = 480 cores. If 660ti doesn't outperform 480, I'll give up on nVidia and draw my screens by hand.
The cores are not the same. Nvidia changed the definition of a CUDA core.
I would think the 660 Ti will outperform the 480, but I can't judge by how much.