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I'm going to be running some benchmarks comparing the 660 OEM and 660 EVGA SC. Pics will also be included. This will not be in SLI for three reasons. 1) they're different gpu's. 2) itx board = only 1 pci-e slot 3) The alienware x51 can only barely hold one card
(I'll run the tests in 1080p and 1440p)

Systems in the sig, but I'll throw it here too:

i7 3770 @3.4 (turbo 3.9) <-This is locked by alienware, so I won't be oc'ing
16gb 1600 ram
2tb hdd
330w psu
blu ray

660 OEM (by alienware)
VS
660 EVGA SC

^ I'll be oc'ing these a little also just to show what they can do. (Overclocking software will be msi afterburner)

Updates to follow...
Edited by CpHaAiOnS - 3/13/13 at 5:56am
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Curious: what can Afterburner do that PrecisionX can't do?
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Curious: what can Afterburner do that PrecisionX can't do?

I fail to see the relevance to the thread here.

Anyway. I'm curious to see how does a SLi handle inside such a cute case thumb.gif
   
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I thought that the GTX 660 OEM was based on the GK104 chip, unlike the retail GTX 660 and its GK106 chip. It it actually possible to use one of each in a SLI configuration?
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Curious: what can Afterburner do that PrecisionX can't do?

I just prefer afterburner..
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I fail to see the relevance to the thread here.

Anyway. I'm curious to see how does a SLi handle inside such a cute case thumb.gif

I guess I wasn't clear... This is a comparison. There is no SLI on an itx board.
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I thought that the GTX 660 OEM was based on the GK104 chip, unlike the retail GTX 660 and its GK106 chip. It it actually possible to use one of each in a SLI configuration?

And, no, I don't think it's possible. They're different gpu's. I'm just wanting to compare them. I'll update the thread it make it sound more appropriate. Sorry for any confusion!
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NVM I can't read very well apparently. Good luck with your tests.
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(Overclocking software will be msi afterburner)
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Curious: what can Afterburner do that PrecisionX can't do?
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I fail to see the relevance to the thread here.

It's relevant because he says he's using Afterburner, and I'm curious what extra things Afterburner can do smile.gif
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Curious: what can Afterburner do that PrecisionX can't do?

To be honest, I've only used PrecisionX once... I didn't like the interface and msi afterburner has always worked perfectly... So... I couldn't say if one is better than the other... I've never given PrecisionX a fair shake. At a quick glance it seems like afterburner has more monitoring options... But I could be wrong.
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Unforeseen delay.. I'd like to take this time to thank Dell for carefully testing each unit before they ship it out. buttkick.gif

Fan issues.. CPU fan sounds bad.. And they stuck the 6-pin gpu connector in the gpu fan.. Thanks Dell thumb.gif
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