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Asus DirectCUII 660Ti Overclock

Hi everyone, i'm currently overclocking my 660Ti from Asus (it's the directcuII version but not the OC one) and i'm surprised but i feel like i could go a little more ... Any advices ?

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I'm running at 67c stable for a good 10mins with 1306MHz on the core and 3505MHz on the memory.


- The Brownie
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    You could yes if you wanted to. You have about 13 C more of headroom before your card starts to run into issues cooling wise.
  2. Yeah but the problem is if i go higher than +225 (1310MHz) It starts to have some artifacts or even with too high loads it freezes

    Memory seems to be as free as a bird i can make it go damn high without problems.


    - The Brownie
  3. if you start to experience artifacts, that's around the point where the card is limited by how well the card was manufactured vs other die
  4. Damn ... That was a great start. I would've like to get something way higher ... Really no way ?


    - The Brownie
  5. Bromeh said:
    Damn ... That was a great start. I would've like to get something way higher ... Really no way ?


    - The Brownie

    Have you tried rubbing it down with a Wookie's scrotum?
  6. Lol wow mouse!

    Yea I would say when you get to that point you should stop but that is okay. I'm sure your card as is does very very well and stays quite cool as you have said. Other things you could try although at this point you already know your limit is increasing the fan speed and making sure the voltages you are putting in are okay.
  7. bigshootr8 said:
    Lol wow mouse! http://static.fjcdn.com/pictures/Chewbacca+Shampoo.+%5E+Credit+to+els236_2672aa_3690054.jpg

    Yea I would say when you get to that point you should stop but that is okay. I'm sure your card as is does very very well and stays quite cool as you have said. Other things you could try although at this point you already know your limit is increasing the fan speed and making sure the voltages you are putting in are okay.

    When fail all else does, other methods one must use.
  8. okay jedi master yoda the mouse haha
  9. 1306MHz on the core and 3505MHz on the memory. Lol!That's enough give it a break your doing fine.
  10. Ok i'm going to stop there thanks anyway


    - The Brownie
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