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post #21 of 3549
My Gigabyte GTX 670 Windforce arrived from Newegg today. I chose standard shipping but I'm close to a Newegg distribution center so it only took a day to get here. It's going into a brand new Ivy Bridge build and the GPU was the final part, so I'll be working on it tomorrow night. I'm looking forward to getting this build together ... it's been 3 years since my last build and I'm way overdue.
post #22 of 3549
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Monday I will receive my ASUS GTX 670 DirectCU II no TOP. Do you feedback of OC of this graphics card? Has it the same possibilities as the TOP version?
Thanks and sorry for my english.
post #23 of 3549
Got my EVGA GTX670 SC today. Rarely drops below 60 FPS in Battlefield 3 at max settings 1920x1200. Very impressive. Also MUCH MUCH MUCH quieter than SLI GTX470s. I'm very pleased with my purchase.

So far, I'm hitting max core clock of about 1300 with a slight overclock of my own. +100 on memory as well.
post #24 of 3549
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Just got mine.. Haven't overclocked, but my Gigabyte boosted to 1175 core clock in Furmark and BF3.
Adaptive vsync is awesome, no input lag.
Maxed out BF3 in 1080P and GPU usage is strange. Only 60% with VSYNC DISABLED. Framerate seems to be in line with online reviews.. Is there something off here?
Specs below:
2600k @ 4400
8GB
120 SSD
Gigabyte GTX 670

Disregard GPU usage, it looks like the OSD for the EVGA tool lists power % first and it threw me off...

This card is AMAZING. BF3 maxed out with adaptive VSYNC is as smooth as you can get.. Pretty steady 60 FPS on a 64 man server.... 4xMSAA/Ultra/everything enabled

Temps don't go over 60c and the fans are silent.

Haven't overclocked it yet, nor do I think I need to.
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post #25 of 3549
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Disregard GPU usage, it looks like the OSD for the EVGA tool lists power % first and it threw me off...
This card is AMAZING. BF3 maxed out with adaptive VSYNC is as smooth as you can get.. Pretty steady 60 FPS on a 64 man server.... 4xMSAA/Ultra/everything enabled
Temps don't go over 60c and the fans are silent.
Haven't overclocked it yet, nor do I think I need to.

Which GTX 670 (model) card is that with?
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post #26 of 3549
I am at work right now but when I get home I will have some benchmarks and some photos of the EVGA GTX670 SC SLI.

So far I had one card die on me, returned
it today and was lucky to get a replacement.
    
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Gigabyte Winforce.
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post #28 of 3549
Sold out everywhere mad.gif Local shop did have 2 MSI OC versions but I personally don't like the looks of it. Hoping to get a EVGA one or wait for aftermarket PCBs
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post #29 of 3549
Wow... I can't believe this. After a little experimenting overclocking, my GTX670 is producing artifacts and crashing games even at stock settings. Wow. I am seriously pissed off right now.
post #30 of 3549
I am the proud owner of a MSI OC 670GTX. Was lucky enough to grab 1 of 4 available at Frys here in Houston on 5/10.

Played BF3 all night on ultra settings and the card never got above 60C @ 45% fan speed. Far better than man old GTX260 that ran at 80C+ @ 100% fan speed while running medium graphics.
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