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I don't know I will check it later when I get back home. What I've noticed is with newest drivers my performance in benchmarks decreased severely but it got higher in games smile.gif
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I don't know I will check it later when I get back home. What I've noticed is with newest drivers my performance in benchmarks decreased severely but it got higher in games smile.gif
Hmm thats weird my performance is the same in benchmarks and faster in games.
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I"m havng a little problem with one of the fans on my gigabyte 660ti.
It"s making strange vibration noises. Mostly around 80% speed. It"s not that iritating but it"s not supposed to happen.
The fan is spinning normally but the noise is present. Like bearing is not ok but it"s spinning perfectly fine so i don"t think that is the case.
Would it be hard do open the fan up and lubricate it withouth loosing warranty?

Something very similar to this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJMaHqtLDhE
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I just ordered an EVGA GTX 660TI +3GB for $260. My plan is to run SLI @ 1440p so I figureI get the 3GB model even if it cant use all the vram due to bandwidth limitations. Fingers crossed smile.gif
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Originally Posted by athlon 64 View Post

I"m havng a little problem with one of the fans on my gigabyte 660ti.
It"s making strange vibration noises. Mostly around 80% speed. It"s not that iritating but it"s not supposed to happen.
The fan is spinning normally but the noise is present. Like bearing is not ok but it"s spinning perfectly fine so i don"t think that is the case.
Would it be hard do open the fan up and lubricate it withouth loosing warranty?

Something very similar to this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJMaHqtLDhE
Same here, it happened on its first days and seems to happen at specific speeds. I'm always @ 95% and never heard that annoying noise again.
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Same here, it happened on its first days and seems to happen at specific speeds. I'm always @ 95% and never heard that annoying noise again.

Well if i keep her at 100% the noise mostly won"T be there. But i was considering lubricating the fan if they won"T accept an RMA for this.
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any ideas how far can i overlock the gianward geforce gtx 660 ti without burn it?
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any ideas how far can i overlock the gianward geforce gtx 660 ti without burn it?
As a guess id say 1124 on the clock and say 450+ on the memory with a reference card + standard bios . Using msi afterburner . No burn it thumb.gif
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