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When you calibrate your monitor, you are defining true colors (i.e. reds look like red, black is black and white is true white). You'd use one of these to calibrate your monitor. Being a photographer (hobby) I need the colors on my monitor to be as accurate as possible so when viewing and editing photos, the colors are accurate, especially for prints, but the side bonus is that when gaming the colors really pop. I don't see it talked about much on gaming forums though; it seems most try and eye ball it. Most consumers just plug and go and then they wonder why colors look weird. Same goes for TV monitors. I calibrate them all.

Thanks a lot man. +rep
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Well this is my result 3D mark 11
1 card stock 8916 ,PT 132% 9032
SLI stock 13293, PT 132% 13331
OC 132% 130 300 13894, smile.gif

I feel as if your cpu may be holding you back there. Either way, still good numbers.thumb.gif
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evga 680 reporting in.
slapped an ek block on it, pretty happy with the results, never goes above 45c so i def don't have to worry about it throttling back. i seem to never go above 100% power usage so i just set that at 105%, anything higher than +145 offset and i crash, haven't messed witht he memory clock much yet. got the block mainly cuz im impatient, but it's all good i think it was worth it.

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Well this is my result 3D mark 11
1 card stock 8916 ,PT 132% 9032
SLI stock 13293, PT 132% 13331
OC 132% 130 300 13894, smile.gif

that's pretty low, ain't it?
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Well even with a mild +132 / +110 / +250 default voltage my GPU is hitting some high Core clocks.

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I hadn't run these checks before after playing BF3 for 20mins on Ultra settings.

GPU Core Clock - 1202.3 Mhz
GPU Memory Clock - 1625.4 Mhz

Temp never went above 66C but I do have a more agreessive fan setting at 60C and higher to kick in.

GPU load 100% so it's not being bottle necked. Voltage bumped itself to 1.187v to maintain my 75 FPS I'm getting in multiplayer battle. Guess even though I don't bench so well I game like amazing crazy. thumb.gif

They may have taken the over clocking out of our hands but not the cards while still maintaining cooler less power hungry GPU's.
     
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I hit max 55c during Assassins Creed 2.
Vsync on and I have a constant 62fps. Usange ~40-60% and my Core clock NEVER goes above 892 MHz. Im betting its original Clock was 705MHz and they added Turbo later on to make it seem to have 1005mhz stock. But when its just turbo, with turbo.
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I wanna join the club too. This card is fri'kin awesome. Although I still could not max out The Witcher 2 with Ubersampling on


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I wanna join the club too. This card is fri'kin awesome. Although I still could not max out The Witcher 2 with Ubersampling on
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Not like you need it. Its a blur-type AA anyway which isnt all that effective, I think SSAA is better than "ubersampling"
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Can anyone tell me if you can do Nvidia Surround over 3 Different Monitors? Cos I use a setup with 1 TN (for gaming) and 1 IPS (movies). Would like to do Surround by adding 1 of either monitors and try it out.
    
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My second GTX680 has been sitting in the Indianapolis Fedex hub since 6pm Sunday, about 3 hours from where I live, and I guarantee it's because i picked Fedex express saver instead of over night or two day shipping, i will never voluntarily choose Fedex again as long as there is other options
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