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Originally Posted by AbdullahG View Post

An overclocked GTX 660 Ti can reach GTX 670 performance.

Yep mine does biggrin.gif

In my opinion and what i saw and heard from people, the MSI clocks by far the best thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by hypespazm View Post

Ive been seing that the 660 ti's over clock pretty decently? I was just wondering if a great overclock would give it the opportunity to catch up but I guess not.
bus interface is one reason but the disabled cluster in comparison to the GTX 670 is the performance cap..
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Where do I post my Overclock results?

I just got a used 660ti PNY 2GB and change the fan for the Arctic Accelero Twin.

My results are
Core Clock: +140
Memory: +670

GPU-Z
GPU: 1055 GPU Boost: 1120
Memory: 1837Mhz

Is this good?
Is it near a 670 stock ?

Thanks
post #2734 of 3662
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Originally Posted by Martbob View Post

Where do I post my Overclock results?

I just got a used 660ti PNY 2GB and change the fan for the Arctic Accelero Twin.

My results are
Core Clock: +140
Memory: +670

GPU-Z
GPU: 1055 GPU Boost: 1120
Memory: 1837Mhz

Is this good?
Is it near a 670 stock ?

Thanks
now up the bus from 192-bit to 256-bit and then activate the disabled cluster.
then you'll get GTX 670 specs.

you have a slightly overclocked GTX 660-Ti, that is all.
and still slightly below GTX 670 specs.
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Originally Posted by malmental View Post

now up the bus from 192-bit to 256-bit and then activate the disabled cluster.
then you'll get GTX 670 specs.

you have a slightly overclocked GTX 660-Ti, that is all.
and still slightly below GTX 670 specs.
smile.gif

I couldn't help but laugh at this one,
Shame on you mal for trying to confuse people, including me, jk


But this is what came to mind when I read that first part:
A New member: enters 660Ti thread, Whaaaaat, so I Can increase the memory interface! Schweet!!! How do I do it?
Us: No, No you can not. Don't even try.


I did actually find myself saying what is the disabled cluster, time for google. biggrin.gif
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I've had strange problems with shadows in games lately and my Ti's have taken a performance hit, anyone know why this might be? It's also causing a weird stutter that I hadn't seen before, this isn't because of SLI, I just started to notice it in different games.
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Originally Posted by ACMH-K View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by malmental View Post

now up the bus from 192-bit to 256-bit and then activate the disabled cluster.
then you'll get GTX 670 specs.

you have a slightly overclocked GTX 660-Ti, that is all.
and still slightly below GTX 670 specs.
smile.gif

I couldn't help but laugh at this one,
Shame on you mal for trying to confuse people, including me, jk


But this is what came to mind when I read that first part:
A New member: enters 660Ti thread, Whaaaaat, so I Can increase the memory interface! Schweet!!! How do I do it?
Us: No, No you can not. Don't even try.


I did actually find myself saying what is the disabled cluster, time for google. biggrin.gif
I got ya on that one...
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Originally Posted by ACMH-K View Post

I couldn't help but laugh at this one,
Shame on you mal for trying to confuse people, including me, jk


But this is what came to mind when I read that first part:
A New member: enters 660Ti thread, Whaaaaat, so I Can increase the memory interface! Schweet!!! How do I do it?
Us: No, No you can not. Don't even try.


I did actually find myself saying what is the disabled cluster, time for google. biggrin.gif

I have noticed the sarcasm smile.gif

I know I only have 192bit compare to 256 for the 670.

I just wanted to know where I was in the overclocking result.
With my numbers Im still at 50celsius when playing a game for many hours.
I didn't go further because unigine crashed with higher setting. But I don't know if it's because of unigine or because of the overclock.
I just assume it will be safer that way.
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Originally Posted by Martbob View Post

Where do I post my Overclock results?

I just got a used 660ti PNY 2GB and change the fan for the Arctic Accelero Twin.

My results are
Core Clock: +140
Memory: +670

GPU-Z
GPU: 1055 GPU Boost: 1120
Memory: 1837Mhz

Is this good?
Is it near a 670 stock ?

Thanks
Is this a reference 660ti ?

If your getting 1120 Max in GPU-Z during gaming/BM , then that is on low end OC .
Many stock OC 660ti run around 1200 , to get close to 670 you'll need like 1300+/7000 (approx) .

Your ram OC is good ,if your hitting wall on core, try lower memory to 6800-7000 and bump core up .
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Originally Posted by Edkiefer View Post

Is this a reference 660ti ?

If your getting 1120 Max in GPU-Z during gaming/BM , then that is on low end OC .
Many stock OC 660ti run around 1200 , to get close to 670 you'll need like 1300+/7000 (approx) .

Your ram OC is good ,if your hitting wall on core, try lower memory to 6800-7000 and bump core up .

Great answer.

Thanks Ill do more test on my GPU core clock.

Maybe Ill use 3dmark instead of Valley.
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