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Originally Posted by malmental View Post

so you feel the GTX 660 Ti couldn't max out because of the 192-bit interface or 2GB VRAM wasn't enough.?
The card will run out of juice/memory before the 192 bit interface affects performance directly.
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Originally Posted by Tong View Post

The card will run out of juice/memory before the 192 bit interface affects performance directly.

This.

I haven't found a single scenario where the 192-bit memory interface was an issue. Kepler likes extra memory bandwidth, but that is not a result of the 192-bit memory bus. That's just Kepler in general. A 660 Ti with 192-bit memory bus is slightly faster than a GTX 580 with 384-bit memory bus in most scenarios... that should tell you something.

I find that I can max out setting easier on my 660 Ti than I can on an HD 7870. I don't have a 7950 to play around with, but I have a feeling that except for multi-monitor setups, the 7950 would behave similarly to the HD 7870.
Edited by Mad Pistol - 3/23/13 at 3:07pm
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i experienced the 192 limitation on my 660ftw signature 3gb (660ftw supposedly equal to stock 660ti) in skyrim with high texture dlc in castle draco mod both @1080p and @1440p when my vram usage crossed 2.67gb. fps dropped to 10-20 while gpu and cpu were around 50% usage. normally even with 2.2-2.3gb vram usage i get around 50-60fps even with 8msaa and 16af. but i did experienced it, so its real even if you are @1080

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thanks Tong and Mad Pistol....
much appreciated.
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No problem haha

For some reason, what's stable on Unigine 3.0 may not during long gameplays. Had to decrease MEM by like 150Mhz so Far Cry 3 wouldn't fail on me!

Watch out guys!
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yes far cry 3 was first and only game i ever experienced artifacting. just 3-4 times in beginning of game, then it no longer appeared

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Here, after unlocking the bios my gtx660ti gigabyte OC maxed out at 1200/7000 with 1.187v,
I finished crysis 3 stable with her. That up there is the extremee HD score in valley benchmark. Is it good?
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i7 3820@4902@2408 1172 / 3624 SLI 660ti
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So so close to 3000pts and when I entered it on the Valley thread it was the 3000th post as well axesmiley.png
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And here is my latest OC after adding some more voltage and decreasing temps under 62 degrees with extra 120mm side fan.

After all my temps are great - I finished my fan build: 2x120mm sickleflow fans on front, 1x200mm megaflow on top, 1x120mm cm on back and Thermaltake TT side fan 120mm for GPU cooling (due to the fact that MSI Power Edition is an "open" card it helped by 4-5 degrees)

Core: 1346 MHz (kepler boost)
Memory: 7500 MHz
Voltage +70Mv
Memory voltage: Stock
Aux voltage: Stock

And here is the score (finally passed 1700):



This benchmark on Ultra HD is ALL about memory. Core clocking almost doesn't help. Another useful thing to know is that it's totally NOT CPU dependant.
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