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post #1001 of 1059
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Originally Posted by Bosniac View Post

Great for you. New BETA driver downgraded mine. From 1355 to 1250 score in Heaven, and from 54fps/ to 51.1. Everything the same: 1250MHz, and +450 mem GIGA 680 OC.
Did you restart your overclocking application / restart before benching again? The update reset my OC until I restarted.
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Did you restart your overclocking application / restart before benching again? The update reset my OC until I restarted.

Of couse. Not only that, but my 3DMark11 crashed twice at those settings. I've never had that happen before. Oh well...
Edited by Bosniac - 6/19/12 at 7:58pm
post #1003 of 1059
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Originally Posted by eternal7trance View Post

Keeping it at 130% is fine, but the sliders for actual overclocking are the ones under that, that say gpu clock and mem clock.

I understand but I can't oc it at all. Within a minute of testing it will crash.
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Originally Posted by superericla View Post

Did you restart your overclocking application / restart before benching again? The update reset my OC until I restarted.

I just updated my BIOS, and these are the results I got:

Beta driver:

338

before:

338

Heaven hasn't changed a damn thing. Exactly the same:

640
Edited by Bosniac - 6/20/12 at 5:55pm
post #1005 of 1059
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Originally Posted by Bosniac View Post

I just updated my BIOS, and these are the results I got:
Beta driver:
338
before:
338
Heaven hasn't changed a damn thing. Exactly the same:
640

you should use the standard settings everyone else is using here and you might get a better score... 1680x1050 is the resolution everyone is using to compare scores. I guarantee your score will jump up close to 1500 if not past that...
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Memory still climbing, did a few loops and a bench as well as 10min tessy stress for artifacts. Going to leave it going while im on call.263

520
Edited by Drakeskull - 6/21/12 at 8:01pm
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hey 680 owners, i have a question. i have a asus 680 directcu II top and im thinking of watercooling it. does watercooling have any positive effects on performance? i was under the assumption (correct me if i'm wrong), that since the gpu voltage is locked on kepler, water cooling wont help as much. I'm just suprised cause i was looking at the EK 680 directcu acetal/nickel waterblock at their site and saw this mini review of a customer: http://www.ekwb.com/shop/review/product/list/id/1188/category/41/

he states that his overclocking potential on the gpu core from offset 20mhz to offset 100mhz. if this is true, thats fantastic. what do you guys think? is there a benefit? has anybody else seen something like this when they watercooled their 680s? smile.gif
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post #1008 of 1059
700
I just got MSI GTX 680 Lightning.

Core : 1310
Memory : 7160

I'm just waiting until MSI releases their new version of afterburner(2.23) to see if I could hit better clocking speed with 1.3v+.
post #1009 of 1059
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hey 680 owners, i have a question. i have a asus 680 directcu II top and im thinking of watercooling it. does watercooling have any positive effects on performance? i was under the assumption (correct me if i'm wrong), that since the gpu voltage is locked on kepler, water cooling wont help as much. I'm just suprised cause i was looking at the EK 680 directcu acetal/nickel waterblock at their site and saw this mini review of a customer: http://www.ekwb.com/shop/review/product/list/id/1188/category/41/
he states that his overclocking potential on the gpu core from offset 20mhz to offset 100mhz. if this is true, thats fantastic. what do you guys think? is there a benefit? has anybody else seen something like this when they watercooled their 680s? smile.gif

He/she must live in a very hot place or have very bad airflow to be getting that sort of temp from a DCII.
If you find your MAX overclock at MAX fan speed and the GPU doesn't go over 70C then that is IMO as good as your going to get.
After 70C they start downclocking a little.
If you put it under water the only advantage would be even cooler running at same speeds and depending on your raditor setup, less noise.

I've not done water myself but this seems to be what people here say.
    
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thats what i thought too. so that guys review is just too good to be true then huh? frown.gif
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