Originally Posted by jbobb
Mine isn't great either. I can only get up to 1200 Mhz core (max boost) without it crashing in Heaven. Which on my card is +76 on the core beings it is factory OC'd.
My oc results are very unexpected. Without any overclock (just adjusting power to 110% and modifying the fan profile to keep it under 70C) It overclock itself to 1202Mhz. That is with +0Mhz overclock running Heaven all maxed at 1080. It is a EVGA SC, so its nominal boost is 1124MHz, but it always runs at 1202MHz
First I though, great, this should have a good overclocking potential if automatically clocks itself this high.
But unfortunately I can only clock it stable in Heaven to a crappy +26Mhz for a total overclock of 1228Mhz.
I understand this is the average overclock people is getting, around 1200-1250Mhz. But seeing that I can only move the slider +26Mhz is very sad
This just proof what others have mentioned before: is an exercise of futility to report the overclock in delta +Mhz (mine is only +26Mhz!)
We should only report the total max clock while running a clearly define benchmark because the clock can be dependent of the application.
In my case, I can reach constant 1228Mhz while running Heaven all max @ 1080 for at least 3 loops.
What are your results?Edited by Antiflash - 4/23/12 at 12:54pm