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maybe they wont release a voltage control option...but i believe they will release a driver that improves 680 's performance ...then putting it under water is a good investment for everyone

i hope nvidia wont forget 680 users and release that driver soon
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Hey guys,

I'm having a feeling that my 680's are clocking pretty badly - they are reference EVGA models and the highest I can seem to get them stable is +130core and +350memory with a 132% power target.

What are you guys thoughts?
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Would you guys prefer the MSI or  the Gigabyte version of 680?

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i'm personally waiting for the 680 twin frozr to restock on newegg. it's deactivated now but i'll keep checking.
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Hey guys,
I'm having a feeling that my 680's are clocking pretty badly - they are reference EVGA models and the highest I can seem to get them stable is +130core and +350memory with a 132% power target.
What are you guys thoughts?

lower your power target, try 125% and increase core by 5 and memory by 10 until black screen and simply turn down to last stable set up.
sometimes higher power target can cause stability issue

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Would you guys prefer the MSI or  the Gigabyte version of 680?

if reference, there is no different
if non reference, i prefer msi over gigabyte, reason aesthetic for 680 and OC head rooms
    
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Would you guys prefer the MSI or  the Gigabyte version of 680?

If your choosing reference vs reference it really dosent matter. Go with your choice if vendor.

If your choosing the MSI TwinFrozr vs the OC Windforce, the Windforce has 4+1 power phase. (4 Core and one Memory). Don't quote me but I believe the TF has the reference 4 power PWM'S only with the after market cooling design. The MSI TF does have the military quality capacitor and MOSFET's.

I've tired TwinFrozr design before and liked it when I owned a 6870 crossfire, but everyone who owns the Winforce has had good things to say. Only thing that gets me being a bit of a designed modder us the blue PCB vs black for aesthetics reasons only. In this case the choice is personal if you out weigh what's more important to you.

I'm an EVGA guy after having tried then and used thier tech support with my 580. It was superior over when Ive called Sapphire. I've never used MSI so can't tell you any first hand on that.

Good luck with what you choose. I know you live in Turkey so your experience may vary over us in the States. If aesthetically the blue PCB dosent bother you, hands down go the Gigabyte. thumb.gif
     
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Just installed the high flow bracket and not only did it instanly drop 5c but it reduced noise noticably. Soon as my local store geta T6 torx in ill be adding the back plate. Ill report back the if it effects temps then. Im also going to tale a dremel and cut all the aluminum off the high flow back plate that still restricts it amd see those temps. I am keeping the stock one incase i have to warrenty.

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Seeing all the comments about the high flow bracket, it was a kind of a douchey move to not have this on there in the first place and only give it to a prestigious few. tongue.gif
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Hey guys,
I'm having a feeling that my 680's are clocking pretty badly - they are reference EVGA models and the highest I can seem to get them stable is +130core and +350memory with a 132% power target.
What are you guys thoughts?

What is your actual max mhz? +130 on the core is above average for most. I am limited to +130, but it brings me to 1267mhz
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Hey guys,
I'm having a feeling that my 680's are clocking pretty badly - they are reference EVGA models and the highest I can seem to get them stable is +130core and +350memory with a 132% power target.
What are you guys thoughts?

Badly?troubled? Hell my card wont even boost beyond 1215 and thats roughly +112 offset, and now the the 670 "fiasco" going over the net unleashing its beastly might laughing on my 680 **RAGE**
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You people are a curious bunch. Anything over 1150 or so is incredible. thumb.gif
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