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Is the default voltage viewable in EVGA Precision X?

I'm looking @ .987, but not sure what that is. I've seen 1.16V in BF3 and that seems incredibly high for stock clocks/volts.

Coming from a triple slot Galaxy, this card is loud and hot. :/

However, it is using about 100 watts less and quite a bit faster, even @ stock clocks vs the oced 900Mhz 580.
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Quick driver question for those who have installed their GTX 680's.

Was the 301.10 WHQL Driver included in a CD with the video card?

Do we have to uninstall our 296.10 drivers or was there a clean uninstall option during the process?

Mine is slated for late Monday afternoon. Want this to be an easy transition and not mess anything up. tongue.gif
     
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Quick driver question for those who have installed their GTX 680's.
Was the 301.10 WHQL Driver included in a CD with the video card?
Do we have to uninstall our 296.10 drivers or was there a clean uninstall option during the process?
Mine is slated for late Monday afternoon. Want this to be an easy transition and not mess anything up. tongue.gif

Yes their will be a option to ''Perform a CLEAN INSTALL" and the CD comes with BETA 300.somethings... I just went from 296.10 to latest driver on nvidia site stilil getting that your display driver has stopped responding but recovered having to reboot when oc fails =(
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Got bored since my third 680 isn't in to run my 3x FW900 setup so I tested one FW900 at 2560x1600 with each applicable game having all settings maxed.


580vs6802560x1600.jpg


The most VRAM use I saw in BF3 was 1930 MB, Crysis 2 was 1971 MB, and the most in Skyrim was 2028 MB, all with no slow-downs with the 680's. The other games were well under 2GB usage.

I am not sure if the limit on the 8x/8x PCI-E 2.0 slots were hurting the 680's more than the 3GB 580's but the 680's in SLI only ended up an average of 24% faster than the 580's. A bit lower than I was expecting.

There was an anomaly that I reproduced having over 100% scaling in 680 SLI Skyrim. If you include that result, SLI scaling is a perfect 100%. If you exclude that result and go off the other four games, the SLI scaling is 90%. Still pretty darn good. As for the reason Skyrim was scaling so incredible in SLI, might be a driver issue with single card as in both instances the GPU's were at max utilization.
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Is the default voltage viewable in EVGA Precision X?
I'm looking @ .987, but not sure what that is. I've seen 1.16V in BF3 and that seems incredibly high for stock clocks/volts.
Coming from a triple slot Galaxy, this card is loud and hot. :/
However, it is using about 100 watts less and quite a bit faster, even @ stock clocks vs the oced 900Mhz 580.

It's all dynamic. The card will use 1.175v when it's being utilized 100%.

This card is hands down the coldest and quietest reference flagship card i've ever owned... and i've owned a lot of cards. I'm not sure why you think it's loud and hot unless you have a faulty fan. It's easy to keep this card under 70C with the card being almost silent and that's incredibly good for a flagship card. If your results aren't like that then you should point your finger at your case vents, case fans, or GPU fan.

I assume you might be trying to compare it to a card that came with an aftermarket cooler..
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It's all dynamic. The card will use 1.175v when it's being utilized 100%.
This card is hands down the coldest and quietest reference flagship card i've ever owned... and i've owned a lot of cards. I'm not sure why you think it's loud and hot unless you have a faulty fan. It's easy to keep this card under 70C with the card being almost silent and that's incredibly good for a flagship card. If your results aren't like that then you should point your finger at your case vents, case fans, or GPU fan.
I assume you might be trying to compare it to a card that came with an aftermarket cooler..

Agreed, the card is very cool and quiet for me. biggrin.gif
    
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It's much louder than a reference GTX 560 Ti, but it's quieter than a reference GTX570/580. It's very tolerable up to about 60-65% smile.gif

I am not a fan of turbine-style heat dissipation systems, personally.
    
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It's much louder than a reference GTX 560 Ti, but it's quieter than a reference GTX570/580. It's very tolerable up to about 60-65% smile.gif
I am not a fan of turbine-style heat dissipation systems, personally.

SY, where's your GTX 680 review mad.gif?
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@Murlocke & others


what are your ASIC % in gpu-z?
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@Murlocke & others
what are your ASIC % in gpu-z?

How do we check that?
    
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