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Cool stuff in here guys! Inspired me to pull out my 9800gx2 for a few days and have some duel GPU fun. The 690 is definitely a card I will have my eye on for a while.

Cool video here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=NsdIOVsLRac#!
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Disregard
Edited by Fightar - 5/14/12 at 12:33pm
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Disregard

This is for the 690 man not the 670 thumb.gif

Looks like you beat me to it
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Cool stuff in here guys! Inspired me to pull out my 9800gx2 for a few days and have some duel GPU fun. The 690 is definitely a card I will have my eye on for a while.
Cool video here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=NsdIOVsLRac#!

Hey MX smile.gif

Defintely a sweet card on many different levels. In short two full functional GK104 no compromise only with 5 power PWM'S per side (10 total) rather than 4 power PWM's as the reference 680's.

The list is pretty long on the benifits this time around, more than the usual dual GPU reasons. Best dual GPU to come out to date.

Looking foward to having you in the club should it work out for you. First time dual GPU owner myself. Haven't done more than an hour of gaming in Crysis enthusiast settings. Quite impressive.

Once I get my entire new build dialed in perfectly will be back to gaming. Working on the CPU side of over clocking ATM. See you around. smile.gif
post #915 of 5475
Have you guys noticed how gpu1 always lags behind gpu2 by about 10-15mhz i wonder if you could do something about this....
The only way you could do it is un-sync the cards and alter the one that is lagging abit but i dont know how stable this will be.

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Have you guys noticed how gpu1 always lags behind gpu2 by about 10-15mhz i wonder if you could do something about this....

I have the same thing going on. My first GPU Boost shows 1175 MHz Core and my second 1201 MHz.

They are sync'd up. I wonder if we uncheck the. 'sync' option if we can add a touch more OC to the first GPU and not the second? Going to have to try this tonight.

I would be more than happy with both cores GPU boost at 1201 MHz. smile.gif
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Ya notice it pretty often, I think it mostly has to do with the thermals though. After some time both of my GPUs will run at the same speed with my +131 core offset. +144 GPU2 likes to run at 1215 (+13 above offset) while core 1 cruises at +1202.

I found my GTX 690 runs more cool/stable with the FT02 filters removed from the AP fans so I'll be doing another round of 3dmark/heaven benching later this evening.
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Ya notice it pretty often, I think it mostly has to do with the thermals though. After some time both of my GPUs will run at the same speed with my +131 core offset. +144 GPU2 likes to run at 1215 (+13 above offset) while core 1 cruises at +1202.
I found my GTX 690 runs more cool/stable with the FT02 filters removed from the AP fans so I'll be doing another round of 3dmark/heaven benching later this evening.

Okay so the dual GPUs can run separate clocks from each other? Just like an SLI configuration?

That's awesome because if I can push one of the GPUs further than the other, in theory I should be able to get better FPS.

Going to give this a try later tonight thank you. smile.gif
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You can get a lot of answers from that podcast video one page back, it was very informative, watched it, and i am even more amazed.
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Do I have to have PCIe 3.0 motherboard to benefit from the full potential of 690? I am currently using a Phenom 1055t now. My 690 will arrive tomorrow. Afraid it will bottleneck my new gpu.
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