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yep, No stutter here either with the 690 thumb.gif
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Just because most or all GTX 690 owners get no stutter doesn't mean it is impossible. ocsi1970 may have a faulty 690 or a fault somewhere in his system, or of course an OOD driver. When he posts his system specs there may be an answer.
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Thanks for all.My system is:
i73770k not ovrclocked
2x4gb 1600mhz ram
intel ssd
thermaltake 750w
gtx 690 coming to me this week and I hope I did not problems with it.
Thanks for movies Arizonian!!!
sory for my english
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i have a question for you guys. can you get higher overclocks with the 320.49 driver? i recently tried something because i read it on a different forum for somewhere, that changing the power target is not a good idea at all (unless your watercooled? maybe?). btw im on air. its not my temps thats causing this either. my highest overclock with +135 power target was +135 and +120 stable. i change my power target to 100% and i can still hit my max boost clock with lower temps. so i decided maybe i can overclock more? so i overclocked my gpu 1 because it is stronger. went to 150 and no crash, so i was like im on to something, i hope. then i went to +160 (1215 in game). i havent crashed yet. i would like for someone else to try this out. idk if its the drivers or the stock power target. i hope with helps people out. but im off to bed and maybe i can try more tomorrow after class (booo). smile.gif

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May I become a member?
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Overclocking my EVGA GTX 690 Hydro Copper


So here's my first attempt at overclocking this monster , I'd appreciate any comments/advice you people have on this topic.....

My settings were/are as follows:
Power Target: 135%
GPU Core Offset: +170
Mem clock Offset: +250

Voltage on both GPU's: 1025mv

also My temps never went above 50 degrees on either GPU and this was after well over an hour of fire strike maxed out on a continuous loop.

Pretty Impressed, I'm also sure I can push this card MUCH further but I have to say for my first attempt I am pretty impressed with this card.

Oh I have one more question. Do any of you Ninja's have any idea why EVGA Precision X (the newest version) resets my voltages to the default if I reboot my PC UNLESS I set it to start with windows (which is obviously NOT something that I want to do as it's just ANOTHER program to load on startup in that case...... Is there any way to keep the voltages without having to re do them EVERY time I boot my machine????)


Thanks

Martin
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Originally Posted by Badass1982 View Post

Overclocking my EVGA GTX 690 Hydro Copper


So here's my first attempt at overclocking this monster , I'd appreciate any comments/advice you people have on this topic.....

My settings were/are as follows:
Power Target: 135%
GPU Core Offset: +170
Mem clock Offset: +250

Voltage on both GPU's: 1025mv

also My temps never went above 50 degrees on either GPU and this was after well over an hour of fire strike maxed out on a continuous loop.

Pretty Impressed, I'm also sure I can push this card MUCH further but I have to say for my first attempt I am pretty impressed with this card.

Oh I have one more question. Do any of you Ninja's have any idea why EVGA Precision X (the newest version) resets my voltages to the default if I reboot my PC UNLESS I set it to start with windows (which is obviously NOT something that I want to do as it's just ANOTHER program to load on startup in that case...... Is there any way to keep the voltages without having to re do them EVERY time I boot my machine????)


Thanks

Martin

The only way to have the OC start with Windows is to have the box that says "Windows Start Up" checked off.

Precision takes up barely any resources at all when running...I wouldn't worry so much about it being "another program to load on startup." Especially when considering the rig you're running, with a i7 970 and all. Not gonna break a sweat.
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ok i got my card back from RMA and so far it seems my card is almost like a new one. I tried it and it seems like a decent overclocker:

tested with one hour valley loop at HD preset:

core: +115mhz
memory: +650mhz
pt: 135%

but it reached about 91C so I decided to remove cooler and apply Noctua NH 1 and now it drops to 87C. I know it is still high but my abient temp is like abou 35C. Hot summer in Czech Republic smile.gif

Will keep you posted with some benchamrk scores later !
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+115 core doesn't give true indication of the boost clocks. One person's GTX 690 at +115 could boost clock differently than another person's GTX 690.

Use gpuz to find boost clocks during a benchmark run:

    
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