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Well the boost clock is dynamic , my stock clock is 1058mhz (evga sc version) , i set my offset to +80 so core clock is 1138mhz and then my stock boost clock is 1124mhz , after oc its 1204mhz ( +80 offset) , but when i play BF3 with precision x , i can see my boost clock rise up to 1296mhz , so i think the clock shows on gpu-z isnt really your potential oc

Well, my boost clock I guess is different then. It will fluctuate sometimes in between what I have set for the base clock and boost clock, but only will reach what I set it to and not a Mhz over...from what I have seen in MSI Afterburner and Precision X (tried both). So, my stock boost is 1124 Mhz and I have my offset to +76 which brings my boost clock to 1200 Mhz. Benching and when playing BF3, it goes to 1200 Mhz and will not boost over that at all. Not sure if my BIOS in my Twin Frozr is a little different compared to others or what, but I get no boost over what I have it set to. Even stock speeds, it will not boost over 1124 Mhz.

I was watching the clocks on my G15 display while playing BF3 and also checked the graphs after and it did not go over 1200 Mhz.
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Well the boost clock is dynamic , my stock clock is 1058mhz (evga sc version) , i set my offset to +80 so core clock is 1138mhz and then my stock boost clock is 1124mhz , after oc its 1204mhz ( +80 offset) , but when i play BF3 with precision x , i can see my boost clock rise up to 1296mhz , so i think the clock shows on gpu-z isnt really your potential oc

Well, my boost clock I guess is different then. It will fluctuate sometimes in between what I have set for the base clock and boost clock, but only will reach what I set it to and not a Mhz over...from what I have seen in MSI Afterburner and Precision X (tried both). So, my stock boost is 1124 Mhz and I have my offset to +76 which brings my boost clock to 1200 Mhz. Benching and when playing BF3, it goes to 1200 Mhz and will not boost over that at all. Not sure if my BIOS in my Twin Frozr is a little different compared to others or what, but I get no boost over what I have it set to. Even stock speeds, it will not boost over 1124 Mhz.

I was watching the clocks on my G15 display while playing BF3 and also checked the graphs after and it did not go over 1200 Mhz.

Thats how mine works. It will bounce around but never goes over the set boost clock.
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post #823 of 1059
My base clock shows 1124 MHz +65 on Core clock and +132 GPU Boost.

After benching or normal games I show I maxed at 1232 MHz and after intense gaming with maxed graphic settings it shows I maxed 1254 MHz boosted.
     
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My base clock shows 1124 MHz +65 on Core clock and +132 GPU Boost.
After benching or normal games I show I maxed at 1232 MHz and after intense gaming with maxed graphic settings it shows I maxed 1254 MHz boosted.

How are you able to set the core and boost offset different?

Or are you saying you have yours set to +65 offset, which would mean you boost is set to 1189 Mhz (1124 default boost speed +65) and you are actaully getting boost speeds up to 1254 Mhz at times?

Our default clocks are exactly the same on our cards. Just trying to wrap my head around all these numbers.
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Your right i had my numbers off the top of my head. My Core clock on the 680 SC with +65 is 1124 MHz and boost 1189 Mhz. My stock clock starts default on SC is 1058 MHz boost 1124 Mhz.

After normal gaming or any type of benching I'm showing I maxed 1232 MHz and intense gaming like BF3 multiplayer I show 1254 MHz from my GPU boost being at +132.

Only we can't compare our cards by offsets because mileage may vary how well boost clocks kick in.
     
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Your right i had my numbers off the top of my head. My Core clock on the 680 SC with +65 is 1124 MHz and boost 1189 Mhz. My stock clock starts default on SC is 1058 MHz boost 1124 Mhz.
After normal gaming or any type of benching I'm showing I maxed 1232 MHz and intense gaming like BF3 multiplayer I show 1254 MHz from my GPU boost being at +132.
Only tho g is we can't compare our cards by offsets because mileage may vary.

Well, maybe it is EVGA cards that will boost past their set boost speeds then. Just noticed a few users here that have EVGA cards that say they boost higher than their set speeds. "LightsOut" (asus) and I (MSI) have cards that will not boost over set speeds. Maybe it is a BIOS thing or something.
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post #827 of 1059
Interesting / I've not noticed that. I'm using GPU-Z to view my 'max' Core clock reached.

Learning something new all the time and might explain some of the discrepancies we are coming across when talking to each other.
     
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my card boosts to 1201mhz in bf3 with no oc, XD i was suprised.
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my card boosts to 1201mhz in bf3 with no oc, XD i was suprised.

Same results for me:
Without any overclock (just adjusting power to 110% and modifying the fan profile to keep it under 70C) It overclock itself to 1202Mhz. That is with +0Mhz overclock running Heaven all maxed at 1080. It is a EVGA SC, so its nominal boost is 1124MHz, but it always runs at 1202MHz
First I though, great, this should have a good overclocking potential if automatically clocks itself this high.
But unfortunately I can only clock it stable in Heaven to a crappy +26Mhz for a total overclock of 1228Mhz.
I understand this is the average overclock people is getting, around 1200-1250Mhz. But seeing that I can only move the slider +26Mhz is very sad.
This just proof what others have mentioned before: is an exercise of futility to report the overclock in delta +Mhz (mine is only +26Mhz!)
We should only report the total max clock while running a clearly define benchmark because the clock can be dependent of the application.
In my case, I can reach constant 1228Mhz while running Heaven all max @ 1080 for at least 3 loops.
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Same results for me:
Without any overclock (just adjusting power to 110% and modifying the fan profile to keep it under 70C) It overclock itself to 1202Mhz. That is with +0Mhz overclock running Heaven all maxed at 1080. It is a EVGA SC, so its nominal boost is 1124MHz, but it always runs at 1202MHz
First I though, great, this should have a good overclocking potential if automatically clocks itself this high.
But unfortunately I can only clock it stable in Heaven to a crappy +26Mhz for a total overclock of 1228Mhz.
I understand this is the average overclock people is getting, around 1200-1250Mhz. But seeing that I can only move the slider +26Mhz is very sad.
This just proof what others have mentioned before: is an exercise of futility to report the overclock in delta +Mhz (mine is only +26Mhz!)
We should only report the total max clock while running a clearly define benchmark because the clock can be dependent of the application.
In my case, I can reach constant 1228Mhz while running Heaven all max @ 1080 for at least 3 loops.

im getting about 1280mhz max i can do.


1310mhz in games that arent bf3/crysis 2
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