Originally Posted by Carlitros
The max boost clock is ~ 1284 MHz (actually I see 1301MHz a couple of seconds in GPU-Z sensors because boost fluctuates)
The driver is 314.07 released on middle febraury.
Yes yo are right. I put the MSI 660 Ti PE/OC @ stock clocks (1020/1502) and then I overclock to 1150/1802 (aprox. 1284MHz boost)
What I'm trying to say is: for a 660 Ti is more important MEMORY overclocking than core overclocking. The real boost on FPS is from the memory oc.
yup , I raised my mem to 440+ and noticed nice bump in games and I don't even use AA .
Is that with stock bios and stock voltages ?
I doubt mine will go that far .
PS: don't know if you know this but there are thermal clock steps , max boost clcoks only come into play at around 60+c , if you try an keep temps down low with fan profile you get -13mhz untill you hit 60-61c , so sweet spot is 61 .
Now I say this cause its very hard to have fan profile that keeps all app temps below 58c or so and not get real loud . I was getting breif 13+ spikes when I hit over 60c as I had avg temps set around high 50's but something like FC3 pushes even more temps than for example heven or valley BM .
So now I give fan profile in AB small slope to 60 and then steep from then on so temps stay at 61-62c which is still a lot better than the 67c I used to get with stock fan settings .Edited by Edkiefer - 3/16/13 at 10:37am