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1660 super of help

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So i wanna do an OC on my card but I don’t want to mess with the voltage and I don’t want it to loud. I have a VENTUS OC 1660 super any tips?

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MSI afterburner is nice. If you ever want to mess with the voltages I recommend looking into undervolting rather than increasing the voltage. I have my 2070 super undervolted to make it run cooler and quieter at the same performance level. 

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Lowering Voltage, not adding them.

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6 hours ago, No0N said:

So i wanna do an OC on my card but I don’t want to mess with the voltage and I don’t want it to loud. I have a VENTUS OC 1660 super any tips?

ONLY higher the voltage if you get image distortion

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