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post #111 of 1506
670 the little beast, Nvidia is getting rid of GTX 680 and just producing 670 now. Now we know why we can't find GTX 680s.
post #112 of 1506
What about these drivers?

http://downloads.guru3d.com/downloadget.php?id=2907&file=1&evp=eb69f697ee8949b52206fdc88360be8a

Can you link me to the .25 drivers?
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What about these drivers?

http://downloads.guru3d.com/downloadget.php?id=2907&file=1&evp=eb69f697ee8949b52206fdc88360be8a

Can you link me to the .25 drivers?

Mind installing the .34 drivers and letting us know what your 3DMark11 graphics score is with your 680 @ stock clocks? I already tried the .25 drivers that OP was using, but his 670 somehow still beats my 680 by 400+ points.
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I'll give the 301.34's a try
    
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You guys can also try these drivers:

301.34, Windows 7, 64-Bit

They're for the GTX 690, but i'm sure you guys know how to mod the INF file by now...might be worth trying...
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"Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the solution." -Spock

Not to offend the OP in any way, but he is a very new member with little reputation as a reliable source. Considering the illogical nature of his 670's supposed performance, I think it best if we take his benchmark numbers with a grain of salt. There will undoubtedly be a consensus of opinion soon after the 670 releases....
post #117 of 1506
~$380 for one similar to TC's. He says he paid 525 AUD for it while GTX 680's are about ~700 AUD. So with the baseline price of 680's being ~$500 that brings the price of a 670 to ~$380 assuming it follows the same 3/4ths pricing ratio. Then again, this is all just conjecture and I could be completely off tongue.gif
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Right, except OP has a 2500K (4 threads) @ 4.6 GHz, and I have a 2700K (8 threads) @ 5 GHz. My physics score is significantly higher due to hyperthreading, but my graphics score is still 400+ points lower than the OP's 670.

Ok try this then.

Turn off HT, run your CPU @ 4.6 and run your tests again.

I'm beyond curious to know what you get. smile.gif

I'd also like to see the OP run his tests 3 times if possible, to see if he gets that same score every time.
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Nvidia is gonna make GTX680 EOL and release the GK110, GTX685.

So the 7990 will compete with GTX685 .

7970 will compete with GTX670
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The only logical explanation that I can think of is this:

Either the OP "accidentally" overclocked his Gigabyte 670 beyond the factory OC'd speeds, or somehow the Gigabyte software is overclocking the card. Perhaps GPU-Z cannot correctly read the clock speeds on the 670 yet, so it's displaying the factory OC'd speeds.

I could certainly see a 670 with a boost clock of around 1200 MHz beating out a stock GTX 680 by a few hundred points in the 3DMark11 graphics score. But other than that, I can't think of a logical explanation for why our 680s are getting pwned.

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Right, except OP has a 2500K (4 threads) @ 4.6 GHz, and I have a 2700K (8 threads) @ 5 GHz. My physics score is significantly higher due to hyperthreading, but my graphics score is still 400+ points lower than the OP's 670.

Ok try this then.

Turn off HT, run your CPU @ 4.6 and run your tests again.

I'm beyond curious to know what you get. smile.gif

That will not help my score at all. Trust me, I just upgraded to this 2700K a few weeks ago from my 2500K, and my 3DMark11 scores definitely did not go down after the 2700K was installed wink.gif
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