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Don't know how to OC Keplers, but there's a guide:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1265110/the-gtx-670-overclocking-master-guide

Yep, it works for the 660Ti as well

Kinda miss how easy it was to OC my 5850... add +clocks, +volts = ggs.
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Hard is to find maximum stable clocks depending on your temperatures and how long your game session takes time wise on specific games(max gpu usage). You don't have to spend hours, for example I set mine on +30/+500 and it works fine for me.

Setting the fan profile is important though.
    
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Here is what I got.
I have a single MSI 660 ti Power Edition. I have it slightly overclocked using MSI Afterburner.
I set the power to max, core clock to +50 and memory clock to +200.
My 3770k is also overclocked to 4.6ghz.

Do you guys think you can help me get a higher clock? I am honestly a noob when it comes to overclocking graphics cards.
Thanks

You forgot to set anti-aliasing to 8x and does your monitor support 1080 resolution? If so, set it to that and run heaven again thumb.gif
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Just picked up a pair of "used" GIGABYTE GTX 660 Ti WF 2X OC Edition off Amazon! I'm coming from 2 GTX 560 Ti's (reference) and loving these cards. The 560s were good even with some high clocking but the 1GB VRAM was a bottleneck. These puppies chew through all the big games in ULTRA, I repeat ULTRA settings @ 1080p (e.g., BF3, Crysis 2, Batman AC averaging 60+ FPS across the board)

The fans are quite and the temps run up to the mid high 40s-60s, but at idle down in the 20s. Playing Crysis 2 the temps got up to 71 in certain levels, but averaged in the 60s. I tweaked my fan settings using Afterburner and got the temps back down into the 50s. I can't wait to for MOH to come out on the 23rd!

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Does anybody know if SLI EVGA 660ti SC 3GB's are sufficient enough to use with a Catleap? I have one right now but I'm planning on buying another one around Cyber Monday time.
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I can get a score of 923 at a 1920x1080 res with all settings enabled/high/extreme and with 8xaa. Is this on par?

Also, do you guys think it would be worthwhile to get a second 660 ti and sli it, or to hold out for a more powerful card down the road?
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660Ti will get cheap eventually.
So a SLI would be better than changing card. Unless you're waiting for the GTX780.
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I can get a score of 923 at a 1920x1080 res with all settings enabled/high/extreme and with 8xaa. Is this on par?
Also, do you guys think it would be worthwhile to get a second 660 ti and sli it, or to hold out for a more powerful card down the road?

SLI if you want instant gratification. With a single 660 you're not going to be able to max out the graphics and still get over 60+ fps (@ 1080) with the current labels. This card by itself is going to struggle with MOH2 and Crysis 3. I'll post my scores with my SLI setup later today so you can judge.
 
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SLI if you want instant gratification. With a single 660 you're not going to be able to max out the graphics and still get over 60+ fps (@ 1080) with the current labels. This card by itself is going to struggle with MOH2 and Crysis 3. I'll post my scores with my SLI setup later today so you can judge.

That would be great.

Also, just for posterity, could you clarify what brand your 660ti's are, and if they are factory oc'd?
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That would be great.
Also, just for posterity, could you clarify what brand your 660ti's are, and if they are factory oc'd?

I've got a pair of GIGABYTE GTX 660 Ti Windforce 2X OC Edition mounted on an Sabertooth Z77 mobo.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125440&name=Desktop-Graphics-Cards

This model shares similar specs to your ZOTAC 660 Ti. I have these OC'd, I'll post those numbers as well.

Edit: I was looking at your rig details, you might run into some issues with two cards with your PSU. You should consider that as well. Even if you held out for a better card you'll have to eventually upgrade your PSU.
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