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Hey folks.

I just installed my new EVGA 680 (basic edition) on Friday, and it works fantastic, happy with the performance. However, Precision X is driving me nuts.

For instance, I ran the card all of Friday and Saturday with the drivers that came from the CD, and it showed a stock clock of 1058 mhz. So naturally when I run PX and do +125 on mhz increase, my clock should be 1183mhz etc. I then update my drivers, and now when I try to run Heaven, it crashes immediately. I checked the performance log, and now my base is 1097mhz, which was making my 125+ clock 1222 mhz. So confused why or how my base clock even changed.

Then to boot, if I run it at 125+ gpu clock, and 400+ for memory and run Heaven, it'll show up as 1183 mhz. I'll then try to increase my core clock by 5mhz, and run heaven. Next thing I know, I get a lower score. I check the performance log, and now my core shows at 1177mhz. I try to increase by 5mhz again, so now it's 135+, but my core still shows at 1177 mhz. So odd.

I noticed that restarting my computer solved that problem of Precixion X not "updating" the card to run at a higher clock, but that's straight annoying. Anyone else running into these problems?
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i7 920 @ 3.5  Asus Rampage III Formula Galaxy GTX 670 OC Corsair Dom 6 Gig 1600 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
Samsung Evo 840 SSD and 1 TB WD Asus DVD-RW Corsair H50 Windows 7 64 
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Asus 24" Corsair 850 Mod Azza Solano 1000R Old school Microsoft 5 button 
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