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Originally Posted by djriful View Post

Time to upgrade from GTX 680 -> GTX 670 (lol? + I get more money back!)
For real though. Looks like in the end you might lose 5% ?? performance maybe. Too bad once these drop the value of a 680 will plummet. But after shipping to someone and tax for me in cali I would probably break even.
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So I read the first 10 pages of the thread and skipped to the end. Has the OP provided any comparison benchmarks with Heaven or any other benchies?

He ran Heaven yeah.
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Originally Posted by rwchui View Post

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

Nuff said.
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Originally Posted by lightsout View Post

For real though. Looks like in the end you might lose 5% ?? performance maybe. Too bad once these drop the value of a 680 will plummet. But after shipping to someone and tax for me in cali I would probably break even.

What every 7970 & 680 owner who payed $700+ are thinking
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Can't wait to get a 670 was definatly getting a 680 but if the performance is so close what is the point.

Bet ya we get slugged with $500+ 670's in Australia

Awaiting more comparisons thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by dph314 View Post

Can you list some recently released games that you have? Many have built-in benchmarks that you can easily run

Thanks Oridin for helping out with the second 670 smile.gif

Right now I plan to run two sets of tests, one on stock and one with extra juice via afterburner.
* 3dMark standard test on stretch.
* Unigine Heaven demo with settings given from this forums official top30 thread.

I have; BF3, SWTOR, Mass Effect 3, Serious Sam 3, Most half life based games (Dead Island, Left for dead 2), Starcraft 2. Let me know if any of them have standardized benchmarks and how to access them.

If there are any other standardized demos available, list them and I'll try my best to get a run on them.
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I think I'd wait until more people get their hands on 670's and start posting OC results before rushing to get rid of your 680's... rolleyes.gif

No, no, let them return them. There are people out there that would be more than happy to have them and actually play games with them, not fret over 800 points in a benchmark app.
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@Op Thanks for taking the time to do this.

If you could post some numbers of BF3, personally i'd prefer something from a 64man online game.

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Originally Posted by djriful View Post

I can't even go pass 1180Mhz score. it will just crashes. Heck GTX 670 hits up to 1350Mhz that's just insane.

One key point that I see a lot of people overlooking is the fact that this is a Non-Reference board. Most 680's are reference.

We don't know if this has better VRM's, which it probably has. What we do know is that it has a non-reference PCB that's for sure.

My point is until we see 670 reference benches, then and only then can you compare it to reference 680's. This is obviously a beast of a card!
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Will give my 670 to Martyr today so he can do some benchmarks for you guys in SLI. If you have any other unique tests you want run let him know now as he will probably only have the card for a few hours.
ETA for benchmarks will be around 8hrs from now!

Awesome! Thanks. thumb.gif
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@Op Thanks for taking the time to do this.
If you could post some numbers of BF3, personally i'd prefer something from a 64man online game.
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I second BF3 benches. smile.gif
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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 for the backup smile.gif

Hmm, It's interesting that your +180 to core clock in afterburner see's your boost hit 1331, while my +161 hits a little higher boost. (and for the record, that was my highest possible clock with full run through - yes, somtimes it crashed)
Can you try to get a full run through around +161 and check boost clock?

Now than I think about it, I did observe strange results when trying to hit max OC. What I found is that the 'steps' when using afterburners core clock 'slider', resulted in a far more stable run than if I typed the mhz directly. What I mean is, the slider moves in increments of 5 or 6 mhz (cant recall exactly), but if you deviate from those steps, it seems to be far less stable.

Can you tell me what PSU you're using? For reference, I have a corsair TX850. Is it possible that a more 'true' / stable supply of power is translating to a higher boost? Is nvidia's boost smart enough to detect voltage wanes and boost lower to ensure stability?
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i 3rd the BF3 benchmarks biggrin.gif
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