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    Overclocking my 660m?

    Hey guys I just got a BBK5 model as a gift and it is running really well. I'm running GW2 close to max settings and getting 40-55 FPS, so really satisfied. Borderlands 2 is coming up and I have it pre-ordered, was thinking of overclocking my 660m and was wondering if you guys can help me out? What program should I use? And what are the best settings? Thanks a lot, looking forward to hearing your advice.

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    asus g75

    I have the same model as you. When you say max settings, that includes supersampling, all 4 boxes clicked (enhanced character models etc) , everything on high , aside the ones that have Ultra (shadows) and Anti Aliasing turned on? Because when I do that I get 15-20 fps MAX outdoors, a bit better in towns but not much difference. Also which graphics driver are you using atm?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thaladred View Post
    Hey guys I just got a BBK5 model as a gift and it is running really well. I'm running GW2 close to max settings and getting 40-55 FPS, so really satisfied. Borderlands 2 is coming up and I have it pre-ordered, was thinking of overclocking my 660m and was wondering if you guys can help me out? What program should I use? And what are the best settings? Thanks a lot, looking forward to hearing your advice.
    Quote Originally Posted by sndtribe9 View Post
    I have the same model as you. When you say max settings, that includes supersampling, all 4 boxes clicked (enhanced character models etc) , everything on high , aside the ones that have Ultra (shadows) and Anti Aliasing turned on? Because when I do that I get 15-20 fps MAX outdoors, a bit better in towns but not much difference. Also which graphics driver are you using atm?
    Theres Three Ways To Do This

    1. Use Evga Software Called Prescision X. just Install And Push The GPU Clock Off Set To 135+ And The Memory Clock Off Set To 500+ And That Should Give Your Core Clock a Boost To 1085-1185 Max In Turbo Mode And Your Memry Clock To 2800-3000Mhz

    2. You Can Use Nvidia Inspector Its The Does The Same Thing That PrecicionX Does But This One You Can Overclock It To The Max.

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    Hey guys, me too i wanted to oc my gtx 660m.

    @gumbee the setting you posted is the exact number that we need to put? i wanna try to oc my 660m. and its my 1st oc as well. lol. hope i wont get any prob! thx for the info btw!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike.7 View Post
    Hey guys, me too i wanted to oc my gtx 660m.

    @gumbee the setting you posted is the exact number that we need to put? i wanna try to oc my 660m. and its my 1st oc as well. lol. hope i wont get any prob! thx for the info btw!
    Do To The Cards Locked Vbios You Can Only Get 135+ In The GPU Core Clock As Far AS The Memory Clock I Havent Seen Any Major Inprovements by Push It Higher Then +500 And With Thous Setting You Wont Fry Your GPU. But If You Really Want To Push The Core Clock Higher Then 1085Mhz There's Two More Steps You Need To follow Using Nvidia Inspector

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    By over clocking like that how much of an improvement did you get over the factory clocks?

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    I dunno about the 660M but when i overclock my G75 with the 670M, it performs better than the 675M at mid OC (750Mhz/1650memory)

    Further OC'ing would cause heat of around 77-80 degrees but i found that if you wanna OC really high and maintain good temperature you can drill some custom cooling vents for better airflow

    This bought the temps down to like 70-74maxx



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    Anyone OC in BF3?
    I have G55VW with GTX 660M, a bit afraid to OC.

    I like Gumbee's post:

    "1. Use Evga Software Called Prescision X. just Install And Push The GPU Clock Off Set To 135+ And The Memory Clock Off Set To 500+ And That Should Give Your Core Clock a Boost To 1085-1185 Max In Turbo Mode And Your Memry Clock To 2800-3000Mhz "

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    He high do you wanna go? MSI afterbur er will give you a of but if you want anything higher you will need to start forcing p states. Not hard but all the GTX 660m's I seen can do about 1300mhz on the core with no vmods. My card tops out at 1425mhz without a vmod. Temps are max of 71c after 5 hours of 100% load. Performance is about on par with a typical gtx 675m that's been over clocked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bignazpwns View Post
    He high do you wanna go? MSI afterbur er will give you a of but if you want anything higher you will need to start forcing p states. Not hard but all the GTX 660m's I seen can do about 1300mhz on the core with no vmods. My card tops out at 1425mhz without a vmod. Temps are max of 71c after 5 hours of 100% load. Performance is about on par with a typical gtx 675m that's been over clocked.
    What games do you play? Is it a G55 o G75? I have the G55, a bit nervous to do it. I OCed my GTX 660m in my Y580 and had crap tons of artifacts on BF3 on 400+ core temps 72C. I Have a G55VW now though. Still a bit afraid to do it.

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