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Hey guys. I got a set of MSi 660ti's in the lovely island of Barbados. Our ambient temps are around 28C during the day. I've tried to mod my own bios, and generally once I've modded one of them, I use it on both cards. Problem though I'm getting is that I'm not seeing any improvements on the overclocks. Only thing I seem to get is slightly more heat. Max temp gets around 77C on top card in Heaven. Can someone mod this bios for me? I've got a feeling I'm doing something wrong. One card is a great overclocker, gets 1300+, other gets 1241. Both do about +500 on the mem.

MasterT660ti.zip 116k .zip file

It seems you changed nothing, not even voltage...how exactly did you "mod" it smile.gif
Here is your bios with unlocked voltage
I didnt increase power limits dont know where you want them and do you need it increased
MasterT660ti.zip 117k .zip file
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My powerlimit is 159% standard for my asus gtx 680 top edition.
Does it make sense to put it higer?

For the rest it is working great with unlocked bios, i only need to test some games (battlefield 3) etc.

I only have 1 weird bug (also with original bios),the card does not want to go in idle (324mhz) i need to force that with nvidia inspector ph34r-smiley.gif

Edit, also with a clean windows 8 install.
Edited by tinuz97 - 3/14/13 at 1:41pm
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If I upload my bios, is there anything specifically that I can ask for? Like can the memory voltage be modded? Power target increased?
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My powerlimit is 159% standard for my asus gtx 680 top edition.
Does it make sense to put it higer?

For the rest it is working great with unlocked bios, i only need to test some games (battlefield 3) etc.

I only have 1 weird bug (also with original bios),the card does not want to go in idle (324mhz) i need to force that with nvidia inspector ph34r-smiley.gif

Edit, also with a clean windows 8 install.

Only point of increasing the power limits is if your card throttle.
If it works fine, there is no point in increasing it further
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If I upload my bios, is there anything specifically that I can ask for? Like can the memory voltage be modded? Power target increased?

It seems memory voltage can only be increased in MSI PE cards and some EVGA cards.
Since you have neither, no, you cant increase memory voltage.
But of course you can increase power limits if you need to
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That was the original bios I uploaded. Here is the modded version I did myself.

MasterTmod660ti.zip 116k .zip file
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That was the original bios I uploaded. Here is the modded version I did myself.

MasterTmod660ti.zip 116k .zip file

No, you didnt do it properly, voltage should be 1.18 and I am seeing 1.16 and 1.17 in your modded bios...
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No, you didnt do it properly, voltage should be 1.18 and I am seeing 1.16 and 1.17 in your modded bios...

Testing the one you did for me now.
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Testing the one you did for me now.

It will probably need increasing power limits I left it at default
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I have a 660ti I'll pay someone $20 to guide me through a BIOS mod lol smile.gif
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