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#1 Posted by essi2 (144 posts) -

Necroing this thread to add that running a 660ti in SLi with a 660ti Phantom does not seem to pose any particular problem.

Geforce Experience does not differentiate the two, the Phantom is merely listed as a standard 660ti(This might be due to underclocking caused by being SLi'ed with a slightly slower card).

Running spot free for a few months now.

#2 Posted by essi2 (144 posts) -

Best of luck to all affected by this.

#3 Edited by essi2 (144 posts) -

So... Uhm.. I guess that means the 660ti Phantom is a different card aswell.

If so, then this SLi plan of mine might require some old part hunting. My friends 660ti is Phantom.

#4 Posted by essi2 (144 posts) -

I'm kinda new to SLi and I can't find any solid info on whether to treat 660ti and 660 as seperate models or not for the purpose of SLi.

Basically the question is, Is it possible or even desirable?

Or will I have to beg a friend to upgrade and sell me his?

#5 Posted by essi2 (144 posts) -


Also, Looking forward to experiencing the NY shenanigans you and Alex will most definitely get up to.

#6 Edited by essi2 (144 posts) -

Dragon Age Origins is a better RPG *IF* you like cRPGs, which means DA:O is in my opinion also the better game. Quality wise they're mostly the same, DA2 has like 4 environments that are reused ALOT which is disgusting. DA2 is also more like Mass Effect 2 and 3 in the RPG mechanics it uses.

If you care about the story in DA and you intend to buy Dragon Age Inquisition, I'd play though both and import your DA:O save into DA2. I'd be surprised if they don't do some stuff with saves in DA:Inquisition aswell.

#7 Posted by essi2 (144 posts) -

All videos I've watched lately, which are the 2 PAX videos and the 2 QLs

#8 Posted by essi2 (144 posts) -

The HTML5 player keeps cutting out after ca. 20 minutes, I haven't checked, but when it cuts may be dependent on the full length of the video.

Chrome Version 34.0.1847.116 m

#9 Posted by essi2 (144 posts) -

Nice minies!

Now I'm kinda ashamed my Space Wolves still remain unpainted.

#10 Posted by essi2 (144 posts) -

It does know where you are and changes the times accordingly, but it always uses 12h time, which means at a glance those of used to the 24h clock might occasionally get abit confused or miss read the times. It's not a huge problem, it's just really annoying when it happens.