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post #1341 of 1562
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Is your setting in PrecisionX limited to 112%? then it's because your GPU manufacturer decided it to be the limit. If you need a higher power limit, you will need to modify the BIOS

Is this the correct place to get the bios? for my card
http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4211#bios
i have a GIGABYTE|GV-N670OC-2GD GTX670

or should i get them from somewhere else?

I think i have the windforce and the bios are here correct?
http://www.overclock.net/t/1289489/gtx-680-670-unlocked-voltage-bios/0_50
Edited by Frankrizzo - 12/22/12 at 6:05pm
post #1342 of 1562
Hi guys,

Is it normal that I can't pass Unigine Heaven benchmark with 1280Mhz @ 1.21v on Gigabyte GTX670 OC 2GB ? Saw ppl talking about 1300+ @ 1.175v etc .. so this feels like sad story to me.

Temps are fine - 62max, power limit set to 150%.

Thx for info.
post #1343 of 1562
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Originally Posted by Flisker_new View Post

Hi guys,
Is it normal that I can't pass Unigine Heaven benchmark with 1280Mhz @ 1.21v on Gigabyte GTX670 OC 2GB ? Saw ppl talking about 1300+ @ 1.175v etc .. so this feels like sad story to me.
Temps are fine - 62max, power limit set to 150%.
Thx for info.

maybe, because it's 'luck of draw' I think, some people will get a golden chip, when the others is not.
Edited by Sharchaster - 1/5/13 at 7:28am
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maybe, because it's 'luck of draw' I think, some people will get a golden chip, when the others is not.

May I ask what OC you get on yours ?
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May I ask what OC you get on yours ?

on me? on the games I got 1293/7200...which give me a very big difference compared to a stock clocks ( using kepler boost will become 1150 Mhz), give me an almost 10 - 20 FPS increase minimal FPS on BF3 games (maybe you don't believe me about it, though...but that's what I felt), when in bench 3DMARK11 I got 1333/7150 stable....sometimes does 1346 Mhz, but only few times...mostly 1333 Mhz....

for me,,,, is better get stable only 1300 Mhz on games instead of 1350 Mhz but only on bench, because you can clearly see an impact of doing it. (increase your FPS), but it's just me, though, when you can easy to see that most of people will disagree with my opinion/principle.
Edited by Sharchaster - 1/5/13 at 1:15pm
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on me? on the games I got 1293/7200...which give me a very big difference compared to a stock clocks ( using kepler boost will become 1150 Mhz), give me an almost 10 - 20 FPS increase minimal FPS on BF3 games (maybe you don't believe me about it, though...but that's what I felt), when in bench 3DMARK11 I got 1333/7150 stable....sometimes does 1346 Mhz, but only few times...mostly 1333 Mhz....
for me,,,, is better get stable only 1300 Mhz on games instead of 1350 Mhz but only on bench, because you can clearly see an impact of doing it. (increase your FPS), but it's just me, though, when you can easy to see that most of people will disagree with my opinion/principle.

Thanks for info, I don't do "max score system can handle till it crashes thing" I'am always looking for max stable performance in all apps/games I use/play. So if u say u got game stable 1300 than 1267 I got stable sounds probably right.

Btw "hard" modded Accelero Extreme Plus so it fits GTX670 and installed it like hour ago ... so I'll check if I can get better clocks with this great cooler.
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Thanks for info, I don't do "max score system can handle till it crashes thing" I'am always looking for max stable performance in all apps/games I use/play. So if u say u got game stable 1300 than 1267 I got stable sounds probably right.
Btw "hard" modded Accelero Extreme Plus so it fits GTX670 and installed it like hour ago ... so I'll check if I can get better clocks with this great cooler.

Let us know about your results, after you mod the cooler on your 670...
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Thanks for info, I don't do "max score system can handle till it crashes thing" I'am always looking for max stable performance in all apps/games I use/play. So if u say u got game stable 1300 than 1267 I got stable sounds probably right.
Btw "hard" modded Accelero Extreme Plus so it fits GTX670 and installed it like hour ago ... so I'll check if I can get better clocks with this great cooler.

I highly doubt it, i was unable to get higher clocks on a H100 tongue.gif, but please do post back with results! any bit of research helps the rest of us wink.gif
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Let us know about your results, after you mod the cooler on your 670...

I got +20Mhz stable . So, better than nothing + ofc lower temps and much more silent fans.
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I got +20Mhz stable . So, better than nothing + ofc lower temps and much more silent fans.

so it would be 1287 now?
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