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so your running your card STOCK FAN PROFILE (not custom fan curve or manual fan speed??) and your card doest pass 60c whats your ambient? keep these coming so I can have more proof to evga that they need to advance rma me another card because this vacuum cleaner im dealing with is unacepable for me to stay under 70c (and by under i mnea like 68-69c) i need it at 80% even at 85% manual fan its peaking 66-67c+

Ive been reading your problems for a couple of days. Although ive had my card since friday, i havent had any time to play with it yet.
I had everything AT STOCK CLOCKS. I however do not care about noise, and have shed loads of fans all my case fans set to max and my GPU set to 85% when i game.
I dont use auto or fan curve. Today i played Dirt 3 for about 2 hours and i didnt see the card go above 45C my Ambient is about 19C. Everything was on Ultra at 1920x1080. I then played FIFA 2012 and didnt even go above 30C.
    
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Your 7970 stock scores seems a bit low , but this 77fps at crysis 2 /central park , is a damn good score.... damn good indeed...biggrin.gif

That's probably because the benches for 7970 were ran in January on beta 0-day release drivers, Catalyst 11.12. I'm sure 3 months later performance has increased. Actually these charts show 680 vs 7970 both on immature drivers.
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So anyone been having issues reaching +145 or higher on core?
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So anyone been having issues reaching +145 or higher on core?

you have to remember that everyones card are different in all these aspects...

For example my card at STOCK 3d clock is 1006 BASE and 1097@1.175v BOOST
So +153 for me will = 1250 but for you it will not be the same unless yours is also 1097..
Even after setting a custom fan curve my card is hitting 71c @ 80%
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Interesting. So I found out our voltage is dynamic so it will increase as the GPU clock does, max is 1175mV. If your GPU boost is not going to 1175mV under 3D than you can set a manual override via EVGA Precision X.
So there is a limit that keeps us from frying the card but it's not something that we have to preset rather based on its needs.

I'm not understanding. The card should hit 1.17v by default and if you can keep it cool enough and up powertune or whatever Nvidia is calling it then it should stay there most of the time. I'm hoping that you can adjust the voltage on an offset like you can with a sandybridge.
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I'm not understanding. The card should hit 1.17v by default and if you can keep it cool enough and up powertune or whatever Nvidia is calling it then it should stay there most of the time. I'm hoping that you can adjust the voltage on an offset like you can with a sandybridge.

There is a little voltage setting that you can force the card to give 1.175v (it's max)

Anyone know if in the future these cards will be able to push past 1.175? In the settings it goes over 1.2v but auto sets to 1.175. Would be nice if we could at a later date.
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From everything that I have read (and Murlocke really has done a lot of research about this) voltage control is limited to that ceiling and there will be no reference cards that allow for any increase above that. This is the main reason I have two 7970 Lightnings on their way to my house right now. While the 680's performance even under these limitations is incredible, I can't spend $1k+ on video cards that think they know better than me when it comes to overclocking. I'll take my unlocked 7970 Lightnings thank you very much Nvidia....
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There is a little voltage setting that you can force the card to give 1.175v (it's max)
Anyone know if in the future these cards will be able to push past 1.175? In the settings it goes over 1.2v but auto sets to 1.175. Would be nice if we could at a later date.


That's the big question. If the voltage is going to be locked down as with the 680's that are out right now, then there's no use in waiting for the cards that are coming out later.

Unless you actually have use for more memory, or a pre-watercooled card or some other future enhancement.

It looks as if I'll just be keeping the pair of cards that are arriving tomorrow, instead of selling them and buying some later version.

A pair of MSI Lightning XE GTX680's wi/Twin Frozr 3 or 4 and 4GB of memory each, plus their Military Class Components and factory OC would be worth the wait, though.

I think I may have just talked myself into selling these, again.
 

 

 

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I hope they change there stance. I've already set my eyes on the Galaxy GTX 680 Hall of fame (HOF) Edition. Which will feature 4GB DDR5 and be unlocked. Might cost a fair amount more. But I feel that 1.2v would have been a better choose for voltage if they were to lock it.
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There is a little voltage setting that you can force the card to give 1.175v (it's max)
Anyone know if in the future these cards will be able to push past 1.175? In the settings it goes over 1.2v but auto sets to 1.175. Would be nice if we could at a later date.

The card will hit 1.175 by default. You just need to keep it cool for it to stay there. There is no software voltage control at the moment.
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