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I havent done all the reading, but does it work on a GTX 650 (plain, not Ti) Kepler, and can it increase the voltage ? My GPU is definitely limited in msi afterburner by the amount of voltage I can apply to it. I have a massive 5 heatpipe cooler on it, and temps dont exceed 50C after hours in msi Kombustor.


Its not the voltage that limits the card, its the power target. The card starts to throttle down because of the power draw.

And yes it works for all Kepler cards, but be careful you only want the right bios of your card otherwise you end up in a bricked card.

There is an 660Ti thread and maybe they can help you there to get bios and such, i could not find a gtx 650 thread here.

Good luck thumb.gif
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I havent done all the reading, but does it work on a GTX 650 (plain, not Ti) Kepler, and can it increase the voltage ? My GPU is definitely limited in msi afterburner by the amount of voltage I can apply to it. I have a massive 5 heatpipe cooler on it, and temps dont exceed 50C after hours in msi Kombustor.

The Kepler bios tweaker will work on most for voltage but not all for Power Limit.
Have you checked this thread. http://www.overclock.net/t/1398725/unlock-afterburner-limits-on-lots-of-cards-some-with-llc-ab-b-19 It's a "hack" for MSI AB that will open up your card. If your GFX card has the right type of power control chip. Check it out see if your's is in the list then it's just a software hack instead of flashing the bios. It wouldn't work for my 770s cause ASUS uses their own power chip but most reference boards will.
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Originally Posted by cpmee View Post

I havent done all the reading, but does it work on a GTX 650 (plain, not Ti) Kepler, and can it increase the voltage ? My GPU is definitely limited in msi afterburner by the amount of voltage I can apply to it. I have a massive 5 heatpipe cooler on it, and temps dont exceed 50C after hours in msi Kombustor.

I have my doubt's if it's a Fermi.

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Its not the voltage that limits the card, its the power target. The card starts to throttle down because of the power draw.

And yes it works for all Kepler cards, but be careful you only want the right bios of your card otherwise you end up in a bricked card.

There is an 660Ti thread and maybe they can help you there to get bios and such, i could not find a gtx 650 thread here.

Good luck thumb.gif

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The Kepler bios tweaker will work on most for voltage but not all for Power Limit.
Have you checked this thread. http://www.overclock.net/t/1398725/unlock-afterburner-limits-on-lots-of-cards-some-with-llc-ab-b-19 It's a "hack" for MSI AB that will open up your card. If your GFX card has the right type of power control chip. Check it out see if your's is in the list then it's just a software hack instead of flashing the bios. It wouldn't work for my 770s cause ASUS uses their own power chip but most reference boards will.

LLC hack doesn't work on all cards.

Power limit tweaks will help you stabilize an OC.

As to how much OC you can achieve is the question. And will require a trial and error process.

But KBT works by tweaking the voltages, power limits and clocks.
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Thew H220x is comming out in the end of this month, or May.

The difference of performance beetween the H220 and the H220x will not be much, right?

Should i pick a H220? Or wait for the H220x?
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In the end that's up to you since there really is no information available for the 220x performance. The 220 is out and is known to perform well. We also have no Iidea of a price point for the 220x either.
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We have ideia for the price.. Will be around 140/150$.

We dont know the fans it will bring, and we dont know about performance.. I guess i will just wait for some reviews of the H220x. If there is no difference on performance, i will just go for the H220. Then the H220x comes out, the price of the H220 will go down, i suppose
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Thew H220x is comming out in the end of this month, or May.

The difference of performance beetween the H220 and the H220x will not be much, right?

Should i pick a H220? Or wait for the H220x?
H220X is gonna be nice though. Better pump based on the MCP35X series. The block is gonna be better. Dude save yourself that buyers remorse THAT YOU KNOW WILL COME. Wait for the 220X. It's gonna be great you'll see!
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Yeah, i would go with the H220X as well.

The H220 does not perform better or even worse than the Corsair H100i and it costs a lot more.
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Yeah, i would go with the H220X as well.

The H220 does not perform better or even worse than the Corsair H100i and it costs a lot more.

how would u know have u owned both?
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how would u know have u owned both?

Well a friend bought one a couple of months ago because they claimed it was performing a lot better than the H100i, which wasn't true at all and it is even more expensive than the Corsair H100i is.
Its like 50 euro's more than the H100i depending on the retail shop obviously.

Not even the performance was less but also the pump makes an terrible irritating sound that drove him crazy so he returned it and bought the H100i again and now he is running it in push/pull same as me.

And for that kind of price you might expect a lot more from the cooler IMO thumb.gif
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