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What are the highest clocks achieved on a MSI GTX 660Ti Power Edition?

I'm running mine in stock and would like to overclock it WITHOUT increasing voltage. I'm just worried that OCing might not be a good idea since its already OCed to a certain level.

Also, what clocks will give me a noticeable increase in performance?

It'd be very helpful if someone could link me to an OCing guide for 660Tis.[


Thanks a lot! I really appreciate the help! smile.gif

maxing out your voltages and power target will not hurt your card. in fact you'll get more OC capability by doing so.

checkout this guide: http://www.overclock.net/t/1265110/the-gtx-670-overclocking-master-guide
 
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maxing out your voltages and power target will not hurt your card. in fact you'll get more OC capability by doing so.

checkout this guide: http://www.overclock.net/t/1265110/the-gtx-670-overclocking-master-guide

I know that. But my PSU is very weak and old. Thats why I was afraid. But if you tell me that its fine to max out voltages with my almost 3 year old Thermaltake LitePower 500w PSU, then I might actually go for it. After all, I do want to get the most out of my card. smile.gif
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if that's your worry then, keep the factory OC till you upgrade your psu. might be interesting to see what your card can do. But if you had a new psu, 500W is plenty.
 
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cost too much.
Because it's good lol

You get a colder, quieter card and can have an OC at safe temps.
I paid cheaper for a ref card, and yeah it can easily reach 80ºC on Full Load.

I dont know if overclocking is worth with this card, but my 5850 was a beast!
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Hey all. Longtime lurker to ocn but decided to sub to this thread. Got my 660 Ti this week and decided to go SLI with it. Using 2 EVGA SC cards. So far I've enjoyed the hell out of them. When I had my first card, I tried to OC it a bit - think I hit something like 1190 (w boost) and 1800 on the memory. Anything above a +50mhz change in PrecisionX would crash in Heaven after about half the bench. I've decided to just roll with the out-of-box OC with the SLI setup due to my PSU being 650w; just unsure of what it would do, really.

Not sure if it is related or not but my on-board audio blew out this morning out of nowhere. I'm sure my PSU is fine with handling the system so I think it was more just the board. Anyway, I'll be keeping an eye on the thread and hope to get some more great info from all the folks here. thumb.gif
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I've had my eVGA for a couple of weeks now and I love it. Added my info to the form.

I have the standard eVGA model and an i7-3770K. In 3D mark 11 I was originally scoring ~P8100. I've been playing around with overclocking in small amounts and I got the i7 to 4223 MHz and the Ti up to 1050 (1115 Boost) in GPU-z. I re-ran 3Dmark11 with these settings and I was able to get P9150.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/5677346
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most 660 ti's can't go above 1200MHz core. but you can easily overclock the memory to something like 1900MHz. i can have mine clocked to 1800MHz no problem.
Both of mine hit 1300+ easy in SLI... I think +80 core was the most I needed for them to keplar boost up.
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Folding, I understand that. Gaming is / was my first thought.
how's Kepler do compared to Fermi in Folding.?

Fermi is still better at folding as far as I understand.
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if that's your worry then, keep the factory OC till you upgrade your psu. might be interesting to see what your card can do. But if you had a new psu, 500W is plenty.

Will the card require more power even if I dont mess with the power settings in AB? I;m talking about the Power Limit slider.

Anyways, tried OCing it a little. +300 on the Mem caused no problem in DiRT : Showdown. But anything on the core and the game and driver crashed - once each.

Is DiRT : Showdown a reliable stability tester? I know there are applications to test stability, but will the clocks stable in DiRT : Showdown also be stable in other games?

Thanks a lot ! smile.gif
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can someone please help me? DiRT Showdown just crashed on me even without any overclock. Just like Far Cry 3 was doing a few days ago. But far cry 3 fixed itself after a while, dont know how.

Could this be due to the 310.90 drivers? If so, then should I roll back to the 310.70 drivers?

What other factor could cause this problem?

Thanks a lot! smile.gif
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Will the card require more power even if I dont mess with the power settings in AB? I;m talking about the Power Limit slider.

Anyways, tried OCing it a little. +300 on the Mem caused no problem in DiRT : Showdown. But anything on the core and the game and driver crashed - once each.

Is DiRT : Showdown a reliable stability tester? I know there are applications to test stability, but will the clocks stable in DiRT : Showdown also be stable in other games?

Thanks a lot ! smile.gif

Even with a lite OC the card will still draw more power but it's not going be significant since you're not OC'ing to it's full potential. Since you're crashing even with small increments you need more power, but +300 offset is not a lite OC for this card, per se.

Games generally aren't good benchmarks, you need to run Heaven or 3dMark11 a few times to find your stable offsets. My main card for example wont go past +44 core and +554 mem. 1) because its an average oc'er 2) I'm hitting a voltage wall.

I guess the gist of it is get yourself a new psu tongue.gifthumb.gif
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can someone please help me? DiRT Showdown just crashed on me even without any overclock. Just like Far Cry 3 was doing a few days ago. But far cry 3 fixed itself after a while, dont know how.

Could this be due to the 310.90 drivers? If so, then should I roll back to the 310.70 drivers?

What other factor could cause this problem?

Thanks a lot! smile.gif

Run your card @ default settings and turn down the eye candy. If you're not crashing then whatever settings you have it at aren't stable. 310.90 are stable for me I was also stable also @ 310.70. When my system crashed I know it's the game and not my card.
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