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700

wut

Is texture filtering on High Quality in Nvidia cpl?
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post #712 of 1059
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dat pcie 2.0 is holding you back.

PCIe 2.0 x16/x16 vs PCIe 3.0 x16/x16

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post #713 of 1059
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wut
Is texture filtering on High Quality in Nvidia cpl?

700

with high quality turned on in Nvidia
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post #714 of 1059
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dat pcie 2.0 is holding you back.
PCIe 2.0 x16/x16 vs PCIe 3.0 x16/x16
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yeah, i know frown.gif
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post #715 of 1059
ah never mind my silliness, it's SLI tongue.gif
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post #716 of 1059
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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

Actually, using offset bumps up your stock clock, which is then boosted to whatever your card is capable of. Try it out and check GPU-Z. +100 offset gives you a new default of 1106MHz, which you will then boost of off.
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post #717 of 1059
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Actually, using offset bumps up your stock clock, which is then boosted to whatever your card is capable of. Try it out and check GPU-Z. +100 offset gives you a new default of 1106MHz, which you will then boost of off.

O'Rlly? I stand corrected. biggrin.gif
post #718 of 1059
Found a sweet spot for my SLI setup. Stable for a week now at:

1240 Mhz core / +350 Mhz memory (PNY Card)
1254 Mhz core / +350 Mhz memory (Galaxy Card)

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mad.gif Having trouble finding a stable OC. Heaven crashing anywhere from stage 4-12.

I think Im just gonna play BF3 as the benchmark. I mean if the game isnt crashing, thats fine with me.

Doesnt seem like it can do 1200+ Mhz
 
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You are better off. I had a few sets pass 3DMark11 and Heaven on all Extreme and then fail in BF3. thumb.gif
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