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Ok guys i did set the core to 95 and the mem to 450 and its pretty stable when i was running unigine it was using 1179mhz and sometimes 1160mhz
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and this is the score what i am getting on max settings:
700
am i good to go?or i can make the core and mem lil higher?
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what I really dont get is that the clock speed seems pretty high so why is this not reflected in the score?

Well this 3DMark11 score is dependent on CPU as well as GPU and even the overclock of the CPU.

What specific scores are you talking about?

I don't see any of your bio information on your system. A good thing when posting on OCN is that you list your computer system specs in your BIO profile, so others can help you when you're asking questions to know what you're dealing with.

Example is someone with a i5 CPU with a 550/6870 card can actually have a better score than a person with a i7 CPU with a 560/6950 if the i5 CPU has a higher over clock. so there are different variables at play that determine the score.

Only way to determine how your card clocks is to find someone else with the comparable system as yours.
     
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Ok guys i did set the core to 95 and the mem to 450 and its pretty stable when i was running unigine it was using 1179mhz and sometimes 1160mhz
249
and this is the score what i am getting on max settings:
700
am i good to go?or i can make the core and mem lil higher?

Btw am i using safe settings?because i don't want to harm my gpu ;3..
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Btw am i using safe settings?because i don't want to harm my gpu ;3..

No way to harm the 600 series's cards.

We cannot overvoltage past 1.175v.

If they are overclocked to high all that will happen is the drivers will fail and bring you back to the desktop, at which point you can reset default values.

If the card gets too hot it will auto down clock itself.

Voltage clocks up and and down dynamically depending on your core clock and what voltage it requires to stay stable as long as it dosent require more than the capped voltage of 1.175v.

So over clock it bud. thumb.gif
     
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No way to harm the 600 series's cards.
We cannot overvoltage past 1.175v.
If they are overclocked to high all that will happen is the drivers will fail and bring you back to the desktop, at which point you can reset default values.
If the card gets too hot it will auto down clock itself.
Voltage clocks up and and down dynamically depending on your core clock and what voltage it requires to stay stable as long as it dosent require more than the capped voltage of 1.175v.
So over clock it bud. thumb.gif
Good to know thanks but what do you think about my settings?should i go a little bit higher?or stay at +95core and +450mem?sometimes when i run unigine it shows 1169Mhz and 1189Mhz..
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No way to harm the 600 series's cards.
We cannot overvoltage past 1.175v.
If they are overclocked to high all that will happen is the drivers will fail and bring you back to the desktop, at which point you can reset default values.
If the card gets too hot it will auto down clock itself.
Voltage clocks up and and down dynamically depending on your core clock and what voltage it requires to stay stable as long as it dosent require more than the capped voltage of 1.175v.
So over clock it bud. thumb.gif
Good to know thanks but what do you think about my settings?should i go a little bit higher?or stay at +95core and +450mem?sometimes when i run unigine it shows 1169Mhz and 1189Mhz..
No reason to not figure out your max clock imo. Keep bumping it +10 or so and run heaven bench maxed out. Just because you pass it doesn't mean you are stable for sure but its a good place to start.
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Good to know thanks but what do you think about my settings?should i go a little bit higher?or stay at +95core and +450mem?sometimes when i run unigine it shows 1169Mhz and 1189Mhz..

Are those core clocks base or after GPU boost kicks in?

Take a look at what your max GPU boost core clocks get to. You should be able to achieve 1200 MHz on the 680 core GPU boost clocks.

I can reach 1223 MHz core boost on my 680 sitting in my kids rig. Not saying all cards can do the same but most hit 1200 MHz core boost.
     
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This is what i am getting without oc while running unigine on max settings
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sometimes the core clock goes to 1084 and sometimes to 1071.

Yeah see my boost clock is where your core clock is... but I have the SC edition thats why... just play around with the overclocking a lot... my card doesn't have much room for it...
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4 680s boosting between 1215 and 1260. Unfortunately the GPU usage hovered around 70-80% most of the time, sometimes tanking into the 45% range, and then boosting back up to the 90s. I've only tested with the 301.34 hacked drivers so far, so if there are any better drivers let me know. I'm on the verge of ditching this setup and throwing my 7970s back in in favor of Quadfire judging by this lackluster performance. Hopefully Nvidia gets on the ball with their enthusiast niche quick...

EDIT: Trying 301.40 now since Nvidia says that driver is in the same branch as the new WHQL release will be.
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Ok guys i did set the core to 95 and the mem to 450 and its pretty stable when i was running unigine it was using 1179mhz and sometimes 1160mhz
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and this is the score what i am getting on max settings:
700
am i good to go?or i can make the core and mem lil higher?

Whats ur hightest boost clock when you running the heaven??
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