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Overclocking ASUS GTX660 TI

I just ordered all of my computer components and I purchased the ASUS 660 TI, just wanting to know how to get this overclocked or whatever or if its even worth it. I'll be running an Core i5 3570K 3.4GHz LGA 1155 Processor from Microcenter.
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  1. What resolution do you game at?
    What games do you play?
    Which exact Asus GTX660ti do you have? DCII?
    Answer those and I will tell you if its worth it.

    Anyway, unfortunately kepler does not OC as well as other architectures.

    Start by downloading MSI afterburner and see if voltages are unlocked on the card. They should be.
  2. Novuake said:
    What resolution do you game at?
    What games do you play?
    Which exact Asus GTX660ti do you have? DCII?
    Answer those and I will tell you if its worth it.

    Anyway, unfortunately kepler does not OC as well as other architectures.

    Start by downloading MSI afterburner and see if voltages are unlocked on the card. They should be.


    well i havent bought my monitor yet so i dont know my resolution.

    but i will be playing games like battlefield 3, skyrim, WOW, assassins creed 3, etc..

    this is the card i bought
    http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/searchtools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=3828295&tab=7&SRCCODE=WEBLET03ORDER&cm_mmc=Email-_-WebletMain-_-WEBLET03ORDER-_-Deals
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    Good its the DC2 version... Much better cooling.
    Anyway. At 1920*1080 resolution the GTX660ti will give you great benefits by OCing. If its a lower resolution then not so much...

    http://www.legitreviews.com/article/2006/14/

    There ar some OC results, if you spend more time you could get close to that, unfortunately the one they have is the DC2 TOP version, so don't expect such good temperatures as theirs.
  4. Novuake said:
    Good its the DC2 version... Much better cooling.
    Anyway. At 1920*1080 resolution the GTX660ti will give you great benefits by OCing. If its a lower resolution then not so much...

    http://www.legitreviews.com/article/2006/14/

    There ar some OC results, if you spend more time you could get close to that, unfortunately the one they have is the DC2 TOP version, so don't expect such good temperatures as theirs.


    alrighty thank you, maybe when i finally get my pc built i will check back into it, i can OC whenever i want correct?
  5. Correct. If you find the performance is sufficient, you don't need to do it...
  6. Best answer selected by z_man22.
  7. alrighty,
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