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I'm still running mine stock right now on 1080p resolution...

same. this card is pretty incredible at stock
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So I'm confused as to how MSI AB is working with my 660Ti...

All my settings are reporting 0, but it's not as the far left of the slider... so every increment increases the setting (Core volt, Power Limit, Core Clock, Mem clock) by the normal amount, but only shows it at the increase in AB, not the total clock amount.
GPU-Z reads it fine... is this just a setting I must have unchecked somewhere?

Nah, it's just the way it is, I believe. It's like that for me too. I guess it depends on which card you use. With my old GTS250, AB displayed the total clock amount, and I haven't touched any settings after changing to the 660Ti.
   
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Any 1 here move from a GTX 460 to a GTX 660 TI? if so could you tell me the average fps difference between the 2 when compared in games like skyrim, bf3, cod ops 2 etc on an 1080p resolution.
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I'm still running mine stock right now on 1080p resolution...

same. this card is pretty incredible at stock
yessir...
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Any 1 here move from a GTX 460 to a GTX 660 TI? if so could you tell me the average fps difference between the 2 when compared in games like skyrim, bf3, cod ops 2 etc on an 1080p resolution.
Moved from a 5850, which compares with a 560Ti, and I can tell you it's worth.
Specially considering that a 660Ti beats 580 on most benchs.
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Moved from a 5850, which compares with a 560Ti, and I can tell you it's worth.
Specially considering that a 660Ti beats 580 on most benchs.

Thanks! I'll be adding it 2 my wish list 4 xmas.
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Any 1 here move from a GTX 460 to a GTX 660 TI? if so could you tell me the average fps difference between the 2 when compared in games like skyrim, bf3, cod ops 2 etc on an 1080p resolution.
more specifically I went from a GTX 460 EVGA SSC+ (equals an OC'd GTX 560) to a N560GTX-Ti Hawk in one unit.
got another N560GTX-Ti Hawk and Sli'd them as an upgrade to my gamer unit.
I had SLi N460GTX Talon's in the gamer unit and sold both of them for a GTX 580 EVGA SC and moved that into my non gamer unit.
then sold the EVGA GTX 580 SC and just got the MSI N660GTX-Ti PE 2GD5/OC..

to be honest, I should have just kept the GTX 580 SC and waited until GTX 7 series is released.
but with the performance of the N660GTX-Ti is sweet at 1080p..
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more specifically I went from a GTX 460 EVGA SSC+ (equals an OC'd GTX 560) to a N560GTX-Ti Hawk in one unit.
got another N560GTX-Ti Hawk and Sli'd them as an upgrade to my gamer unit.
I had SLi N460GTX Talon's in the gamer unit and sold both of them for a GTX 580 EVGA SC and moved that into my non gamer unit.
then sold the EVGA GTX 580 SC and just got the MSI N660GTX-Ti PE 2GD5/OC..
to be honest, I should have just kept the GTX 580 SC and waited until GTX 7 series is released.
but with the performance of the N660GTX-Ti is sweet at 1080p..

Now that's a gpu history, thanks for the break down it appears the gtx 660 ti is really the sweet spot. Can't wait 2 be a member of this club, i think i'll get the evga version because that's the only gpu brand i've ever used (9500gt, 9800gt, gtx460 and hopefully gtx660 ti)
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Now that's a gpu history, thanks for the break down it appears the gtx 660 ti is really the sweet spot. Can't wait 2 be a member of this club, i think i'll get the evga version because that's the only gpu brand i've ever used (9500gt, 9800gt, gtx460 and hopefully gtx660 ti)

I'd strongly suggest picking up the MSI, the Twin Frozr IV cooler is amazing. I idle at 25-28C depending on ambient and under load it stays at 59C on my custom fan profile. No overclock, as the card boosts to 1200mhz out of the box(not sure if all of them do this though). At the moment the MSI power edition is also $25 cheaper than the evga on newegg.

I used to be primarily an EVGA user, but for the price I decided to pick up the model with the better cooler, and I believe you would be happy doing the same.
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I'd strongly suggest picking up the MSI, the Twin Frozr IV cooler is amazing. I idle at 25-28C depending on ambient and under load it stays at 59C on my custom fan profile. No overclock, as the card boosts to 1200mhz out of the box(not sure if all of them do this though). At the moment the MSI power edition is also $25 cheaper than the evga on newegg.
I used to be primarily an EVGA user, but for the price I decided to pick up the model with the better cooler, and I believe you would be happy doing the same.

I don't see the Twin Frozr IV version of the gtx660ti nowhere on newegg. What's the max core clock could you get on stock voltage with your card?
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