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MSI 660 TI PE not showing up in Afterburner

post #1 of 4
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I was trying to overclock my msi 660 ti power edition today and when I opened up after burner, my card was recognized as just a regular 660 ti.

It didn't even say msi 660 ti. For other people it says msi 660 ti power edition

Also there was no opinion for triple overvlovoltage and I couldn't even set my regular voltage because it was dimmed.

Any help?

Thanks
post #2 of 4
Go into Options and you have to unlock (checkbox) show voltage adjustment and power limit. Mine doesn't say 'MSI Power Edition' or anything just GeForce GTX 660 Ti. The default clock speeds should tell you what card you are using

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Crucial m4 SSD WD RAPTOR  WD CAVIAR BLACK LG DVD Black 
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Voodoo Asetek 550LC (x4) Cooling Master SickleFlow 120mm Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit HP 2511X 
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alright thanks, do you think you could tell me how I can overclock it as well? I started by putting the power limit to max, core clock to 50 and memory clock to 200. What do you think I can do to push it more?
post #4 of 4
I figured out a solution: Downgrade to Afterburner version 2.2.3. For some reason 2.2.4 doesn't show it correctly. Cheers!
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