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Originally Posted by rwchui View Post

This is simply amazing.
There is no point of keeping my GTX 690 anymore after seeing this.
GTX 670 sli is the way to go!
Wow, that was fast.

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Originally Posted by Martyr82 View Post

As requested:
27
it says;
Power supply system requirement:
* 550W (or greater) power supply with one 150W 8 pin PCI-E power connector and one 75W 6-pin PCI-E power connector required.
Hmmmmm, I was hoping it wouldn't have to consume that much power, but maybe this is just for the OC edition of cards.
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401x289px-LL-44482f2c_jackie-chan-***.png
LOL, yeah, this must suck for all the 680 owners out there to see.

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I think this is just one data point of GTX670 and is too few to make a general judgment.
In addition, unless one knows exactly how 3DMark11 calculates the GPU score, it is really hard to say for sure.
I mean, unless a GTX680 and a GTX670 are plugged into the exactly the same PC, then and only then their scores could be more readily compared. Even then, the same GeForce driver used for both testings might not give equal support to both cards too.
So, wait a few more days for the large number of reviews to come out and this will be much clearer.
I think based on the TT review and this, it's safe to say that the 670 will perform VERY close to the 680. Since when were reviews of a single card radically different? If you ever see that, you're not thinking the issue lies in the hardware it's running on, but the reviewer that's running the hardware. I highly doubt TT would release a BS review of the 670 showing that it closely performs to the 680 - there's no point in it unless you're trying to troll everyone, and you don't want to do that if you want to be reviewing cards for a long time.
 
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interesting results with fixing the stretched screen......

regardless. u guys score bit over x3 of my 3DMark11 score lol tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by rwchui View Post

This is simply amazing.
There is no point of keeping my GTX 690 anymore after seeing this.
GTX 670 sli is the way to go!
Wow, that was fast.

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Originally Posted by Martyr82 View Post

As requested:
27
it says;
Power supply system requirement:
* 550W (or greater) power supply with one 150W 8 pin PCI-E power connector and one 75W 6-pin PCI-E power connector required.
Hmmmmm, I was hoping it wouldn't have to consume that much power, but maybe this is just for the OC edition of cards.
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Originally Posted by djriful View Post

401x289px-LL-44482f2c_jackie-chan-***.png
LOL, yeah, this must suck for all the 680 owners out there to see.

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Originally Posted by windfire View Post

I think this is just one data point of GTX670 and is too few to make a general judgment.
In addition, unless one knows exactly how 3DMark11 calculates the GPU score, it is really hard to say for sure.
I mean, unless a GTX680 and a GTX670 are plugged into the exactly the same PC, then and only then their scores could be more readily compared. Even then, the same GeForce driver used for both testings might not give equal support to both cards too.
So, wait a few more days for the large number of reviews to come out and this will be much clearer.
I think based on the TT review and this, it's safe to say that the 670 will perform VERY close to the 680. Since when were reviews of a single card radically different? If you ever see that, you're not thinking the issue lies in the hardware it's running on, but the reviewer that's running the hardware. I highly doubt TT would release a BS review of the 670 showing that it closely performs to the 680 - there's no point in it unless you're trying to troll everyone, and you don't want to do that if you want to be reviewing cards for a long time.


I saw benchmarks for the 670 and they were well below the 680 but that was in actual games


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I think NVIDIA might re brand the current GTX 680's to something like the original GTX 670 Ti, and then release the real GTX 680. (GK110, GTX 685, whatever.) rolleyes.gif
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So as I mentioned before, I couldn't overclock this card with Gigabytes own easyboost software.

Thanks to whomever suggested afterburner. I've installed that and can now modify core clock, memory clock and fan speed.

Here are my results after setting fan speed to 85%, core clock to +100 and mem clock to +546:

What should be a reasonably safe max OC for this card? how much should I increment by to find the max? temps seem fine at a max of 60

http://3dmark.com/3dm11/3354929?key=pmVg4vSdHwNRfocX3G0WnA

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its worth the 50 dollars more for my 680, thats all I know. I am pretty sure the source I read from said the 670 was gonna be 449.99, could be 429.99 on release day though.
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post #209 of 1506
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So as I mentioned before, I couldn't overclock this card with Gigabytes own easyboost software.
Thanks to whomever suggested afterburner. I've installed that and can now modify core clock, memory clock and fan speed.
Here are my results after setting fan speed to 85%, core clock to +100 and mem clock to +546:
What should be a reasonably safe max OC for this card? how much should I increment by to find the max? temps seem fine at a max of 60
http://3dmark.com/3dm11/3354929?key=pmVg4vSdHwNRfocX3G0WnA
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We don't really know the "max safe" OC.. No one really knows much about it, you won't damage the card unless you're overvolting anyway.. Just keep upping the core untill it artifacts. thumb.gif
 
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Exactly. My CPU's at 5 GHz.
I'm also only looking at the GPU score, which should be independent of CPU. I don't understand how a GTX 670, which has 1 shader unit disabled AND lower clock speeds ( even on this Gigabyte OC version), can outscore a GTX 680 by 400+ points in 3DMark11's GPU score.

It's 3DMark. According to it, my HD4890s in CFX were getting over 100% scaling at one point...Vantage but still.

HT also makes games run slightly slower, maybe it's doing the same to the graphical sections of 3DM for you? Either way, I'd take any 3DMark results with a pinch of salt. Same architecture or not, it doesn't really show realistic differences.
    
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