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I got my core up to +123 120% power stable before I started messing with memory. Then I had to bring it back to +112 and memory at +452, core is at 1184 at max. Seems like I don't have a great OC card.

Try upping your core without touching the memory and see what you can get. My memory boost isn't that high but I got my core to 1306mhz.
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Without touching the memory at all I got up to 1196 then I started touching the memory and it would crash with as little as +300 on memory. So I notched the core down 1 bit and was able to get the memory up to 459 without crashing.
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Got a longer SLI brige so I can separate my cards. Didn't want to OC when they are so close together.

Running 115%, +120, +350

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Got a longer SLI brige so I can separate my cards. Didn't want to OC when they are so close together.
Running 115%, +120, +350
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You can push out around 2500 score with those settings with slightly better OCs
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Stop posting offsets, post the actual mhz that it boosts up to. It's going to be different for everyone
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The highest my Galaxy can boost is 1215, my Zotac can boost to 1307, yet when i run 3dmark i get the same scores vs both of them boosting at 1215 or having then boost separately @ 1215 and 1307, respectively, i don't get it, so you sli guys run the core and memory unsynched as well, or do you sync then

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Best I could get so far. 1215Mhz core 3304mhz memory

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Nice score, mine can't break 50 fps at +140 (1215) +400 (3402) (120% Power, Heaven hardly seems to break 108 though)

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3D Mark doesn't do much better

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Any idea why my benches seem so low compared to similar results? Any control panel options a new Nvidia user should consider? Oh and any reason why the core clock keeps dropping to 1202 during benches? temperature doesn't break 60°c with morning temperatures and 85% fan speed
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Any idea why my benches seem so low compared to similar results? Any control panel options a new Nvidia user should consider? Oh and any reason why the core clock keeps dropping to 1202 during benches? temperature doesn't break 60°c with morning temperatures and 85% fan speed

Could be your CPU. An overclocked 2600k's physics score is 1500-3000 points higher.
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Could be your CPU. An overclocked 2600k's physics score is 1500-3000 points higher.

Ah, makes use of Hyper Threading then I presume? If so, that helps my ego a little tongue.gif

Edit: Sorry, forgot to chuck my rig in the sig
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