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post #741 of 3662
I picked up a second a second reference Zotac 660ti on sale during boxing week sales for $229 to run with my other 660ti in SLI, but it turned out to be defective.

I was able to exchange it for another one, but I won't be able to get back to my rig for another 3 days. I'll post benchmarks once I get it running.
post #742 of 3662
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It's running great! Except for benchmark scores and folding, it still holds up great in games smile.gif
I have a q9550 thats been stable at 4.08ghz for over 3 years running 24/7 right now.
By far my favorite processor to date for stability and overclocking.
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Ivy
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fiance pc
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5 3570K ASRock Extreme4 Z77 eVGA GTX 660 Ti Corsair Dominator DDR3 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Seagate Barricuda 32MB Cache 7200RPM OCZ Vertex 3 SSD TSSTcorp CDDVDW SH-S223B ATA XSPC Raystorm(Intel) 
CoolingCoolingCoolingOS
XSPC Razor GTX 570 Magicool Slim 140mmX2 Radiator XSPC Res+Pump Combo Windows 7 Professional 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Asus 22in Widescreen 1680x1050 I-Rocks Light up Rosewill Xtreme 850W Green NZXT M59 
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post #743 of 3662
About to play Battlefield 3 with my 660Ti for the first time! I'm guessing that it will have no problem running the game at 60fps.
post #744 of 3662
@ 1600 x 900 resolution, I think your safe... wink.gif
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@ 1600 x 900 resolution, I think your safe... wink.gif

Yeah I really need to get a 1080p display tongue.gif. Still updating uggg....
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@ 1600 x 900 resolution, I think your safe... wink.gif

Yeah I really need to get a 1080p display tongue.gif. Still updating uggg....
I know how that goes bro..
anything better than 1280 x 1024 if you ask me makes the monitor not top priority..
but yes, a better monitor or Surround set-up is the way..
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post #747 of 3662
XD You can buy mine if your in the NorCal area XD

I feel like I'll have it up for sale for a long time!

But, you know, I'd recommend at least two 660Tis thumb.gif
post #748 of 3662
After 4 hours of getting owned game after game I am finally going to stop playing now biggrin.gif

The game ran fine with the 660ti. With Vsync off turning felt a little rough, but after I turned it on everything was super smooth.

I was getting ~93-110 fps with my 1600x900 monitor, so what frame rates can I expect with a 1080P monitor?

I am hoping for 60 fps because I like smooth game play.

EDIT: Hmm.... I should just drag my computer out of my room and hook it up to our 1080p TV.
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XD You can buy mine if your in the NorCal area XD
I feel like I'll have it up for sale for a long time!
But, you know, I'd recommend at least two 660Tis thumb.gif

I'm a bit too far south to come and get it from you....but I'll think about it if I get into UC Davis biggrin.gif

I can't afford another 660 ti right now unfortunately, saving up money for some other stuff I need and I would also need to get another PSU because my current one is only a 520W.
post #749 of 3662
maybe talking out of way, but with 520w psu you need psu change unless you trade your 660ti once 770 comes out few months down the road. then you should not have to worry about psu change as you might need to remove everything out of you case to replace it, and just switch the card. one 770 should probably have the power to get you 60fps on 1080 and eat much less electricity

best
revro
post #750 of 3662
Guys, just want to ask about basic for overclocking. I saw this picture online about GPU overclock artifact



Those are two different artifacts. My question is which one is artifacts because too much overclock on core clock and which one is artifacts because too much overclock on memory clock?
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