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Using the 3DMark11 Performance preset I get 14,707 in SLI. Do you think that's solid? I can only get +85 offset and +500 memory. If I touch the core offset it fails. One card at ~1197mhz and second card at ~1147mhz in boost.

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That's a bit low of an overclock but then again not all cards hit above 1200MHz on the Core.

Both of mine do ~1280MHz 100% stable (Crysis 2, Battlefield 3, Unigine Heaven 3.0..) and +500MHz Memory, anything above that crashes.

But 3dMark is another story, most people getting such high overclocks I bet are not stable, I can do 1325MHz on 3DMark11 stable but any other stressful application requires me to lower it to 1280MHz. thumb.gif
    
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That's a bit low of an overclock but then again not all cards hit above 1200MHz on the Core.

Both of mine do ~1280MHz 100% stable (Crysis 2, Battlefield 3, Unigine Heaven 3.0..) and +500MHz Memory, anything above that crashes.

But 3dMark is another story, most people getting such high overclocks I bet are not stable, I can do 1325MHz on 3DMark11 stable but any other stressful application requires me to lower it to 1280MHz.

Yeah when I had only my first card in I was +150, +550 stable, but it seems this second card is horrendous. What can you do... tongue.gif
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That's a bit low of an overclock but then again not all cards hit above 1200MHz on the Core.
Both of mine do ~1280MHz 100% stable (Crysis 2, Battlefield 3, Unigine Heaven 3.0..) and +500MHz Memory, anything above that crashes.
But 3dMark is another story, most people getting such high overclocks I bet are not stable, I can do 1325MHz on 3DMark11 stable but any other stressful application requires me to lower it to 1280MHz.
Yeah when I had only my first card in I was +150, +550 stable, but it seems this second card is horrendous. What can you do... tongue.gif

I wouldn't get sad, even at 2560x1440 I run my cards at stock because they're overkill for Battlefield 3 (MP 64 Players) even at Ultra with MSAAx4 and HBAO I average 80-100fps with some dips to the low 70s. thumb.gif
    
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Yeah. They are stable in Heaven, 3DMark11, BF3, and Metro 2033 and all Ultra settings in both those games. My only confusion is how 1 card is different than the other. In Heaven one does 1198mhz and the other was 1144mhz. The lower card isn't using very much power either. It's around 90%. Overall, it's very confusing to OC these cards. I'm sure if I change some settings in the NVIDIA control panel I could get a little more, but I don't like to turn things off. biggrin.gif
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Yeah. They are stable in Heaven, 3DMark11, BF3, and Metro 2033 and all Ultra settings in both those games. My only confusion is how 1 card is different than the other. In Heaven one does 1198mhz and the other was 1144mhz. The lower card isn't using very much power either. It's around 90%. Overall, it's very confusing to OC these cards. I'm sure if I change some settings in the NVIDIA control panel I could get a little more, but I don't like to turn things off. biggrin.gif

The better the card is the higher it will boost at stock.

Nothing we can do to match their boost speeds, at least not for now, unless you overclock each of them manually with offset to match them like I did at 1280MHz Core.
    
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The better the card is the higher it will boost at stock.
Nothing we can do to match their boost speeds, at least not for now, unless you overclock each of them manually with offset to match them like I did at 1280MHz Core.

I don't know if that's necessarily true. My first 680 was of the vanilla variety, and boosted to 1110MHz stock.. which I'd think is pretty good since stock is 1056MHz. However it couldn't handle more then 70 offset stably, and would crash the closer it got to 1200MHz.

I could of course be mistaken, as I'm not even sure how 1110MHz stock would match up for a stock boost.
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So I am just messing with my first OC. Played crysis 2 for a bit. Ran crysis 1 benchmark tool. Everything is great highest temp was 69c. Playing BF3 I am crashing to the desktop. And I have to use the task manager to shut down BF3. So this means my OC is not stable? Weird its just this game and I haven't gotten any message about the driver crashing.
But the game never did this before so...
EDIT Looks like 1200 is not stable. Bummer. Thats the clock I was hoping for.

yer, its not stable happen to me last week took me lot of time to figure it out cuz yout wont see any error mssge.
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Well so far I haven't had anything crash for me at 1300mhz, so hopefully it stays that way.
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The better the card is the higher it will boost at stock.

Yep. It appears the card I bought from Newegg boosts to 1110mhz at stock and the one I got from EVGA Step-Up is 1056mhz at stock. I am only able to set my offset at +85 without failure, but I can get the memory all the way up to +500.

I did the core first and then the memory. I think those OC's are weird no? Only 85 on core, but 500 on memory.
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I don't know if that's necessarily true. My first 680 was of the vanilla variety, and boosted to 1110MHz stock.. which I'd think is pretty good since stock is 1056MHz. However it couldn't handle more then 70 offset stably, and would crash the closer it got to 1200MHz.

This is my EXACT situation. The boost is 1110mhz stock, but I can't OC the cards above +85 because it does not want to go above 1198mhz boost or crash. Unfortunately, this leaves card two at around 1148mhz boost.
Edited by Humafold - 4/10/12 at 6:59am
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I recently sold my 6870CFX, and bought a Gigabyte GTX680. I was able to overclock it to 1290MHz on GPUBoost, and +500 on memory. Stable in 3DMark11, BF3, Crysis 2, Metro 2033, abd Skyrim. Temp is from 36-39 idle to 67-75 under load. I asume this is fairly good?
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