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post #701 of 1059
it's in the settings menu

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post #702 of 1059
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using
+132% TDP
+135 Core (1141MHz Normal/1194MHz Boost)
+500 Memory (1752MHz)
SLI'd 680
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try x8 aa please.
post #703 of 1059
OK ***. Am I missing something? Hilbert just did a review using afterburner 2.2.0 beta 15 and 301.10 drivers and claims to be using +100mv voltage offset.

http://www.guru3d.com/article/gigabyte-geforce-gtx-680-oc-edition-review/25

"We have core voltage upped another 100Mv, the Core clock was increased with another 100 MHz and the memory got 250 MHz added as well. In the upper monitoring graph you can see that happening."

What? How? Still not over 1.175v on this end! I call shenanigans!
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OK ***. Am I missing something? Hilbert just did a review using afterburner 2.2.0 beta 15 and 301.10 drivers and claims to be using +100mv voltage offset.
http://www.guru3d.com/article/gigabyte-geforce-gtx-680-oc-edition-review/25
"We have core voltage upped another 100Mv, the Core clock was increased with another 100 MHz and the memory got 250 MHz added as well. In the upper monitoring graph you can see that happening."
What? How? Still not over 1.175v on this end!

Yea, he doesn't mention that regardless of where you set voltage, the card will still do it's own thing automatically. We can't control voltage directly.
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it's in the settings menu

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Oh cool missed that thanks.

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pretty sure voltage is capped at 1.175v atm due to driver. Adding +100mv does nothing. I also don't think Hilbert actually wrote that review even though it's published by him :\
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I recently received two EVGA GTX 680's, one regular and the other is the Superclocked version. The max I could reach with the regular is about 1205Mhz core clock, any more to that and some games would crash after a couple of minutes, with the Superclocked I could reach a core clock of 1300Mhz and be stable. I wonder if anyone with a SC version got a dud
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I recently received two EVGA GTX 680's, one regular and the other is the Superclocked version. The max I could reach with the regular is about 1205Mhz core clock, any more to that and some games would crash after a couple of minutes, with the Superclocked I could reach a core clock of 1300Mhz and be stable. I wonder if anyone with a SC version got a dud

I got my 680 SC card last night. I only had a couple of hours to play with it. My boost clocks got as high as 1250 MHz playing Battlefield 3 multiplayer.

I used to own the stock version of the 680 and I had higher offsets, a lot more than I do with the SC version where it seems like I can't go as high on offsets, but get greater performance with GPU boosts.

Wired but you'd think I'd get higher offsets with the SC but in the end it dosent matter because it still gets a tad higher boost than my vanilla flavor did.
     
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I got my 680 SC card last night. I only had a couple of hours to play with it. My boost clocks got as high as 1250 MHz playing Battlefield 3 multiplayer.

I used to own the stock version of the 680 and I had higher offsets, a lot more than I do with the SC version where it seems like I can't go as high on offsets, but get greater performance with GPU boosts.

Wired but you'd think I'd get higher offsets with the SC but in the end it dosent matter because it still gets a tad higher boost than my vanilla flavor did.

I'm pretty sure that your offset only applies to GPU boost and not your stock clock. I think all stock clocks are the same, but it's the boost that is different. The SC versions have a higher preset boost then most regular versions.

Basically, the offsets don't matter. Your final boost is what matters and your SC version is higher. thumb.gif
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try x8 aa please.

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