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Just gonna add fuel to the fire:
Got a Gigabyte GTX670 OC myself and here's two 3dmark11 P runs. Was done with stretch mode.
At stock out of the box settings (gfx score 9327) : http://3dmark.com/3dm11/3357018
Core Clock +185 (gfx score 10744): http://3dmark.com/3dm11/3356922 - Boosts to about 1335 Core. Not sure how far I can push it, and how stable it is.

Could you please fill in your computer specs with OCs please...
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Assumed it was all there in the 3dmark link.

I have a i5-750 @ 3.8ghz, gtx670, 8gb ddr3 @ 1520mhz
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Assumed it was all there in the 3dmark link.
I have a i5-750 @ 3.8ghz, gtx670, 8gb ddr3 @ 1520mhz

Can we get a screenshot with Afterburner GPU-Z and 3DMark 11 all in one shot? We want to see what the clocks are when you run 3DMark 11.
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So who understands how the boost works on the 600 series? Is the 670 boosting so high because it uses less power than a 680? Or is it solely based on temps?


I know that my 680 wont boost higher than 1071 unless I set a boost clock increase via Afterburner no matter how low the temperatures are.
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3DMark score should be a very good basis for comparison when looking at 2 cards with the same architecture. The 670 and 680 share the same architecture, except the 670 has 1 SM unit disabled and even this OC'd Gigabyte version has lower clock speeds than a reference 680.
That's why I'm so confused as to why I (and several other 680 owners) are seeing lower scores from our 680s as compared to this 670.
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In that case, things make even less sense.
Looking at OP's 3DMark11 link, he has a 2500K @ 4.6 GHz. I'm using a 2700K (with HT on) @ 5 GHz.
So, I have a 2700K + 680, but somehow my 3DM11 graphics score is 400 points lower than the OP's.
That makes no sense to me.

I'm seeing your sense of disappointment, but 3DMark11 is not the end all of things. The only true way to compare the 670 to the 680 is by using the same exact system, i.e. if the OP would put a 680 in his system.

Believe it or not, taking clocks too high can actually impede someones system, not saying yours is, but to simply imply that your CPU is a better model and clocked higher doesn't always translate to real benefits, sometimes can hurt (ocing vga mem too high always comes to mind).

I've got a lot more pages to read through and I'm sure you'll be in them, but just try not to get worked up about one app where consistent results among different systems don't always come out perfect. Look through the score linked detail of P scores over at EVGA forums, you'll find a whole lot that doesn't quite make sense. That's because systems can just run different.

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Edited by Quagmire LXIX - 5/6/12 at 10:35am
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Hey guys, to the centered vs stretched thing my scores increase by 600pts when I switch to stretched. Stock I was getting 9100pts GPU, stretched it was getting 9700pts. My 680 OC netted 10999pts stretched.

stock.png 67k .png file
OC.png 67k .png file


PS, My OC sucks on my 680, +110 offset for a boosted freq of 1202mhz, I'm sure I can do a higher 3dmark run.

Here's another at 1228mhz, again no crazy OC here p11204:
OC MAX.png 66k .png file
Edited by Smykster - 5/6/12 at 10:46am
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Hi again,

http://3dmark.com/3dm11/3358957. GFX 10595 after overclock.

Here's a screenshot of afterburner during 3dmark as requested: http://i.imgur.com/HqzMu.jpg

Hope this confirms/dispels things.
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Hi again,
http://3dmark.com/3dm11/3358957. GFX 10595 after overclock.
Here's a screenshot of afterburner during 3dmark as requested: http://i.imgur.com/HqzMu.jpg
Hope this confirms/dispels things.

Thanks! thumb.gif So the GTX670 boosts pretty high, makes sense with less shaders and good cooling. I'm wondering what speeds you could get out of a card with even less shaders.
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Wow thanks for your information Martyr82 and Rdmx thumb.gif
This is a good news from GTX670, I hope I can upgrade my card up to this one smile.gif I wonder how much it will be cost in mycountry rolleyes.gif
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This explains the conspiracy behind the current GTX 680 is really the GTX 670 Ti. redface.gif

And the GTX 670 that is being released on May 10th is the real GTX 670.


Just my speculations. rolleyes.gif
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