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if it never goes higher than 104% just set it at 110% , 150% i dont think it would hurt.
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Hey guys,

I was thinking about OCing my evga gtx 660 SC. I was wondering if I need a heating solution like I would for an overclocked cpu. Right now, my gpu goes up to around I'd say 64 degrees MAX. So should I be worrying about the resulting temps if I overclock that baby?
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Hey guys, I need help about the bios flashing thing.

1st) I never flashed a video card before, I was reading the xtremeforum trend about it but it was too simplified for me. I need detailed instructions . So if there's anybody willing to help me, please pm me or post the instructions here. I can't find it here either if ever somebody posted it.

So what I understood so far was:
1> backup the bios 1st
2> edit the bios (and save as rom file???)
3> flash the edited bios (correct?)

Start reading from here. Should have all the info and some of the files you might need.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1330897/gtx-660-non-ti-owners-club/130
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Hey guys,

I was thinking about OCing my evga gtx 660 SC. I was wondering if I need a heating solution like I would for an overclocked cpu. Right now, my gpu goes up to around I'd say 64 degrees MAX. So should I be worrying about the resulting temps if I overclock that baby?

You shouldn't need to upgrade your HSF, but you will want to at least adjust your fan curve. 64º is actually a little high for a non-overclocked card. The card will start to throttle itself back at 70º
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Start reading from here. Should have all the info and some of the files you might need.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1330897/gtx-660-non-ti-owners-club/130

Thanks! Reading for now.
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if it never goes higher than 104% just set it at 110% , 150% i dont think it would hurt.

Have any idea why it wouldn't go higher though?
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Just ran Valley... whew... what's up with all this new gpu intensive benches from Unigine? hehe, they are awesome looking though.


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Have any idea why it wouldn't go higher though?

Send me a PM with your bios.
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Just ran Valley... whew... what's up with all this new gpu intensive benches from Unigine? hehe, they are awesome looking though.


Send me a PM with your bios.

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Hey guys,

I was thinking about OCing my evga gtx 660 SC. I was wondering if I need a heating solution like I would for an overclocked cpu. Right now, my gpu goes up to around I'd say 64 degrees MAX. So should I be worrying about the resulting temps if I overclock that baby?
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What clocks and voltage did u used?
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