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Originally Posted by Rickles View Post

Are you getting these drops after your card has crashed and recovered? Unlike my 7970 where it could crash recover and then be adjusted my 660 ti won't work properly until my computer is reset. As far as I could tell it was due to the memory controller, but I am no expert.

Yes, I always reset when crash. I think is a driver issue.

Anyone has benchmarked a 660 Ti yet? My card throws 32.0 AVG FPS.
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Unigine Valley 1.0

With 8xMSAA and 4xMSAA (my setting in most games)


post #1743 of 3662
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Originally Posted by Carlitros View Post

Yes, I always reset when crash. I think is a driver issue.

Anyone has benchmarked a 660 Ti yet? My card throws 32.0 AVG FPS.

There are so many benchmarks out... just asking for a benchmarked one is so vague haha. Check out the unigine Valley thread, very well taken care of and has lots of figures on many setups.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1360884/official-top-30-unigine-valley-benchmark-1-0-fill-the-form-single-and-multi-monitors/0_40
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And suck it Smex!! biggrin.gif



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That is fricken AMAZING ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Mine pales in comparison doh.gif
i7 3820 4902@2408 GTX660ti SLI 1170 / 3592
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so who here is running SLi GTX 660 Ti's in Surround, does the 192-bit interface become a hindrance and what FPS are you getting.?
thanks in advance..
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Yep opened pandoras box smile.gif
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I found out one thing while playing with bios unlocking and overclocking.
Unless we are talking about msi power edition witch has software voltage regulation. All other cards have pre-defined voltages for certain clocks. For an instance if she is at 1175mhz she will run 1.170v, at 1200 she runs 1.187v , over 1230 she will roll 1.212v witch is the max. Now when you unlock the bios you can opet the tdp pipe up to 150% and then the card overclocks herself and sets voltages herself. Those values in KGB editor mean nothing. No matter what you set card will use pre-defines voltages she allready has written into bios. So for an example i can"t get my card to run at 1200mhz and 1.212v, she will run 1.212 only over 1230mhz. I found out she is stable at 1200 and 1.187 witch is good. But bios modding doesn"T actually allow you to mod the voltage. It just allows you to run tdp limit at 150% and then card will overvolt herself.
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Originally Posted by malmental View Post

so who here is running SLi GTX 660 Ti's in Surround, does the 192-bit interface become a hindrance and what FPS are you getting.?
thanks in advance..

I couldn't max 5760x1080 with SLI. That was on 3x 21.5 inch ASUS LEDs... still looked great on medium settings but eh. Settled for my u2412 thumb.gif no bezels
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Originally Posted by Samurai707 View Post

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Originally Posted by malmental View Post

so who here is running SLi GTX 660 Ti's in Surround, does the 192-bit interface become a hindrance and what FPS are you getting.?
thanks in advance..

I couldn't max 5760x1080 with SLI. That was on 3x 21.5 inch ASUS LEDs... still looked great on medium settings but eh. Settled for my u2412 thumb.gif no bezels
so you feel the GTX 660 Ti couldn't max out because of the 192-bit interface or 2GB VRAM wasn't enough.?
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