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Hey SteZHD, Seems like you got your 3DMark11 score up a bit higher then when we were chatting last night. That's good! The research I did shows that the 667mhz memory speed you see is a 3DMark error/glitch. Go by whatever CPU-Z shows.

Yeah I've read up on it too, seems some people are also experiencing it but yeah I've got it up by about 10-11% which is pretty decent... still wondering how you got a mark of P16500, from the research I've done that's really high, what I got is reaching Titan level, from what I had previously is about the 780. That score you got is crazy high.
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Remember though, I have my memory sticks at 2133mhz, my CPU at 4.5Ghz and my 660's both at 1228mhz/6800mhz. That's why my score is so high
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I didn't know that it made such a significant difference, from the chart I saw on guru3d.com you've just just destroyed the 690 and 7990, those were probably at stock though but it's still impressive. Cool stuff though. By the way I saw your other thread while trying to find this one, I think the 780 is the better card to use overall, it's only 10% weaker but a single card so no SLI issues and as someone else stated it really does shine at higher res. If you just want better performance and don't care about those other things then two Ti's will be better. This is what I've seen from reviews.
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Yeah, I game at 1080p so my setup is great for me
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Same, it's enough for me.
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Have you found your max stable overclock for your cards yet?
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Got a couple questions for all of you pros out there. I've started to play around with overclocking on my cards in SLI. Looks like one of my cards is a dud though, as I can't even add +40 to the core without it crashing in Heaven benchmark. I'm using MSI Afterburner to overclock, and I thought with version 3.0.0 Beta 9 that it unlocked voltage control for owners Lightning/Power Edition cards. Seems like upping the core voltage doesn't do anything, as my cards still top at 1.175v when benchmarking, as shown in GPU-z. Which leads to my second question: does the 660ti PE/OC not have a voltage sensor? I can't get the voltage to show up as a graph in Afterburner even after enabling voltage monitoring, as it isn't shown in the monitoring tab. I look forward to your replies and thanks in advance!
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Have you found your max stable overclock for your cards yet?

Not yet, still a rookie at overclocking, someone mentioned in an earlier post that OC tuner in my bios raises the voltage too high and they're right, I used HWiNFO64 and my CPU voltage went from stock 0.976 to 1.356. If you know I just have two questions, is that too high for 4.2Ghz? and what are the negative impacts of having my voltage that high?
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Got a couple questions for all of you pros out there. I've started to play around with overclocking on my cards in SLI. Looks like one of my cards is a dud though, as I can't even add +40 to the core without it crashing in Heaven benchmark. I'm using MSI Afterburner to overclock, and I thought with version 3.0.0 Beta 9 that it unlocked voltage control for owners Lightning/Power Edition cards. Seems like upping the core voltage doesn't do anything, as my cards still top at 1.175v when benchmarking, as shown in GPU-z. Which leads to my second question: does the 660ti PE/OC not have a voltage sensor? I can't get the voltage to show up as a graph in Afterburner even after enabling voltage monitoring, as it isn't shown in the monitoring tab. I look forward to your replies and thanks in advance!

you are using the wrong afterburner,

you need 2.2.3 to overclock and overvolt thumb.gif
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Not yet, still a rookie at overclocking, someone mentioned in an earlier post that OC tuner in my bios raises the voltage too high and they're right, I used HWiNFO64 and my CPU voltage went from stock 0.976 to 1.356. If you know I just have two questions, is that too high for 4.2Ghz? and what are the negative impacts of having my voltage that high?

No that seems to be okay for that overclock, how are your temps at that speed?

If the temps are higher than 62c under full load than it is set too high, but i recommend that u stay under the 60c because your room temp vary as well so you are always save when u stay under 60c.

But always monitor your temps when gaming or other heavy stuff that puts a high load on the CPU, i always use HWINFO64 in the back ground so after gaming i am looking at my temps and if too high i drop the vcore if possible or under clock a little.
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