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ahaha.. I am sorry, but first time OC on GPU. I've been running it at stock for very long time and just tried earlier to OC it. What do you mean by real clock instead of offsets? I saw that you just need to move the slider to get clock you wanted. I'll try to get higher core clock later. I'll keep everyone updated.

All these 680's have better or worse boost clocks. They should boost to 1056Mhz but my card does 1137Mhz at stock. So i have my card running 1337Mhz with a +200 offset. Yet you are at +210 offset but core at 1310Mhz.

Edit Lighthouse beat me.
    
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No need to be sorry man. I was just pointing it out that in your sig you show the offsets to show off your overclock.
But each card will OC to a different clock at the same offset. So you need to post your core clock as you see it in precision or after burner when your card is loaded.
Actually your free to put whatever you want there. Don't take this as any sort of insult. It looks like you already figured what that clock is though. 1300ish? Thats very good btw. You definitely got an above average card. What are you using to test stability?

Earlier with the 1310.3 core clock, I ran furmark and heaven for stability test. So this is not all about benchmark score rather the highest core clock you can get from different offsets?

New OC with 1320.7 as highest core clock. Still with +210 offset. Ran 3 loops of Heaven and 20mins of Furmark both with highest settings. Played a round of BF3 as well.

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in icase someone wants a superclocked their in stock as of right now been their for about 5 minutes i missed out on my gtx 690 dmaiitttttt
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add me 4 way sli
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where i live there are tons of gtx 680 ,hd 7970,hd 7950

Our PC's (motherboard area) look disturbingly similar..... I need 4 680's now....
    
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i7 3770 Ivy stock - P10485 / E3728 - CPUZ Validation / GPUZ Validation - GTX 680 Core 1124 GPU Boost 1228 MHz Memory 1752 MHz

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On the side note - my RAM was not configured to max performance of 2400. Will try benching them tomorrow. Still getting used to the UEFI Bios area and it's very different. I'm positive I can squeeze more from performance and then even OC the CPU eventually. Need some expert advice from some of the sages on OCN. wink.gif
     
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i7 3770 Ivy stock - P10485 / E3728 - CPUZ Validation / GPUZ Validation - GTX 680 Core 1124 GPU Boost 1228 MHz Memory 1752 MHz

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On the side note - my RAM was not configured to max performance of 2400. Will try benching them tomorrow. Still getting used to the UEFI Bios area and it's very different. I'm positive I can squeeze more from performance and then even OC the CPU eventually. Need some expert advice from some of the sages on OCN. wink.gif
Is that a 1.6ghz validation lol. Run something like prime or super pi in the background to load the chip to show the actual OC. Looking forward to what you get that cpu running at.
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I know this is 'seemingly' me imposing my standards. So, I'll make this post a purely subjective one. Everyone deserves a passion, and if benchmarks and scores is a passion - then I believe mine is no greater than yours (sincerely). That said and out of the way:

I find it hard to grasp people building systems at this kind of price point, if they are not heavily into gaming. If you get 3x 30inch, 2560x1600 monitors and 4x gtx 680's or 2x 690's, and then play skyrim or battlefield 3 (an example) for 180 hours and any game that catches your interest thereafter. I can see that being money well spent (relative to your own financial situation) - however if someone builds a 10k system for numbers? That - I will forever fail to grasp.

Personally, I am stuck in the upgrade/luxury cycle as well. I just have rewards that I would hope others share.
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I know this is 'seemingly' me imposing my standards. So, I'll make this post a purely subjective one. Everyone deserves a passion, and if benchmarks and scores is a passion - then I believe mine is no greater than yours (sincerely). That said and out of the way:

I find it hard to grasp people building systems at this kind of price point, if they are not heavily into gaming. If you get 3x 30inch, 2560x1600 monitors and 4x gtx 680's or 2x 690's, and then play skyrim or battlefield 3 (an example) for 180 hours and any game that catches your interest thereafter. I can see that being money well spent (relative to your own financial situation) - however if someone builds a 10k system for numbers? That - I will forever fail to grasp.

Personally, I am stuck in the upgrade/luxury cycle as well. I just have rewards that I would hope others share.
You mean like someone running quad sli on a single monitor tongue.gif
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You mean like someone running quad sli on a single monitor tongue.gif

Not if the person running quad sli on a single monitor is playing games. My question more refers to people who enjoy benchmarking rather than gaming, and spend thousands on "benchmark runs" rather than time spent crafting 50,000,000 hide bracers. wink.gif
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