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Here's my haven BM with these settings:

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Best I could get was 150/75 but 140/600 still gave me a better score. If I increase memory to 700 I see some red flashy lines occasionally so I'm just leaving it at 600.
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Here's 170/500

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So yea just to remind anyone who is having trouble with +150 or more...

SM's at higher clocks are more sensitive to temperature, just like on the GTX 580.

Make a custom fan curve and keep your temps under 70c to see higher clocks.

For extreme clocks, try to keep it in the 66c~ sweet spot.
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Wow I can't help but being dissapointed reading this thread. 150 mhz OC's seem so small. Not trolling seriously I just really thought you'd be able to get more out of these.
    
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114.3fps. Beastly
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Here's 170/500
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Can you run it at 1080p / 8xAA / 16x / extreme tess? Also, does anybody know what performance differences there are between Heaven 2.5 and 3.0? Are scores somewhat comparable?
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Can you run it at 1080p / 8xAA / 16x / extreme tess? Also, does anybody know what performance differences there are between Heaven 2.5 and 3.0? Are scores somewhat comparable?

Will do. Won't be on for a few minutes though.
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Wow I can't help but being dissapointed reading this thread. 150 mhz OC's seem so small. Not trolling seriously I just really thought you'd be able to get more out of these.

I do believe you, since I am quite...I don't know if "disappointed" is the word (maybe it is). We have all heard the rumors that they are clocked very high as it is, due to being mid-range originally. But this means that power usage went down and performance went way up compared to the 580. I think after more drivers are released and maybe another version of Precision with more customization/control, we will start seeing more stable/frequent overclocks. Even though it's the end user that gets the short end of the stick, Nvidia seemingly chose a low temp as a limit. The power usage on these overclocks is hitting about 110-112%, and the user-defined limit can be set to 132%. I don't see why this limit is so high, yet the temp limits overclocks to only 112% power usage rolleyes.gif Wierd indeed, and again I hope it's addressed soon, because there is still a TON of overclock room when you see most so far hit no where near that 132% limit. But yeah this "660" was ~700mhz core originally (seemingly so, as evidenced by these below-average overclocks), and was released at 1000mhz. That right there, on top of the 100-150mhz OCs people are getting, and this chip is already running technically over 400mhz past its originally intended clock. There's definitely ups and downs to this card- a lot of good ups, and a few more downs than was hoped for. Again I think stock performance is an A+ improvement over the 580 and an A+ for keeping this new efficient architecture flagship at $500, though OC headroom diminished apparently with the bump up in the line-up of this chip. Damn AMD for setting the bar too low!! Totally kidding, don't look into that at all, really just a joke redface.gif

I'm a bit disappointed as you are though, but there's a few good OCs on this thread, and I'm sure there will be more to come as drivers/software/work-arounds progress.
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All the reviews truly belies the problems that real 680 owners are facing. I thought I had I disliked AMD's OCP, but seeing this I'll reconsider their OCP as being somewhat friendly in comparison.
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