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Though I'm impressed, what real-world uses does any of this have? Does anyone actually have a card that looks more like a cobbled together breadboard to use on a daily basis?

E-peen, I guess.

In my opinion, the score is great, yes... but when you have to solder an add on VRM board to turn it into a Frankenstein, it's not all that cool anymore lol. 7970 Lightning only needed Vmod, hopefully 680 Lightning is an unlocked beast.
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I bet a single card at these clocks laughs at every game on the market.

AFK 1 min guys, need refill l2n biggrin.gif
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Though I'm impressed, what real-world uses does any of this have? Does anyone actually have a card that looks more like a cobbled together breadboard to use on a daily basis?

"Real World" none. But do you thing a Funny car or Drag bike has any "real World" applications?
This is for benchmarking. Trying to push hardware to it's limits is why you get better performance every time new stuff comes out.
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Though I'm impressed, what real-world uses does any of this have? Does anyone actually have a card that looks more like a cobbled together breadboard to use on a daily basis?

Why not? If the temps work and he can get even 1.5GHz that would be really impressive. Remember, people slap in 4 cards, just out of performance. So why not mod the card to go much much faster. Heck, I know musicians who do crazier things all in the name of new sound!
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"Real World" none. But do you thing a Funny car or Drag bike has any "real World" applications?.
Sure. If I had the money and the means, I'd have no problem driving a tube-framed, alcohol powered car with a couple thousand HP to the supermarket. I'd be living it up. But when I see people using LH to get these clocks, obviously they only have a very short window to see these numbers and they can't actually do anything with it. By the time the helium has evaporated, you've maybe gotten through the opening credits of a game but I can keep clicking off 1sec 0-60 times and laughing it up all the way home.
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Are these the kind of performance gains we would would see with graphine?
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"Real World" none. But do you thing a Funny car or Drag bike has any "real World" applications?.
Sure. If I had the money and the means, I'd have no problem driving a tube-framed, alcohol powered car with a couple thousand HP to the supermarket. I'd be living it up. But when I see people using LH to get these clocks, obviously they only have a very short window to see these numbers and they can't actually do anything with it. By the time the helium has evaporated, you've maybe gotten through the opening credits of a game but I can keep clicking off 1sec 0-60 times and laughing it up all the way home.
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Though I'm impressed, what real-world uses does any of this have? Does anyone actually have a card that looks more like a cobbled together breadboard to use on a daily basis?

Did you forget the primary function of this Forum, Mike?
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Why do people keep asking these kind of questions here at OCN?
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-Can you use it 24/7?
-OMG, how much did that cost?
-What a mess, why isn't that in a case?
-Can it play Crisis?

There are lot's of times when I see something and my first instinct is to ask one of those type questions. Then, however, I remember that I'm not a a generic tech site, or a gaming site, or a social site.
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havent read all posts but Im wondering how much power he is drawing at these clocks, I see hes absolutely butchered the card in a sexy way and doubled up on the power delivery smile.gif

Wondering what kind of voltage and power draw
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havent read all posts but Im wondering how much power he is drawing at these clocks, I see hes absolutely butchered the card in a sexy way and doubled up on the power delivery smile.gif

Wondering what kind of voltage and power draw

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From my brief experience kepler does not need crazy voltage and current to run fast clockspeeds, we were able to hit 1350-1400MHz on
aircooling with just VID mod to 1.3V on GPU.
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Me and k|ngp|n tested about 6 GTX 680 cards, four of which we tried with EPOWER and got ~1600-1700MHz without problems with only 1.5-1.6V set by EVBOT on EPOWER
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I was measured ~270-300W power draw when card running 3Dmark11 P at 1400MHz with 1.4V, what is really good result for it's performance.

That should give you some idea, I guess.
Edited by grishkathefool - 4/8/12 at 5:10pm
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