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New beta driver 304.48 improved my Heaven scores @ same OC.
Core: 1383 MHz
Mem: 7516 MHz
346

Interesting ... I just looked at your screenie and tripped out that you have the Power Limit available on the main page. For me it was on the Settings page. Then I tried some different skins (was using Compact Blue) and discovered that the Power Limit is only moved to the front page on the 'Default' skins regular and Big-size skins, and not the compact or colored ones. Bummer, I hate the green, love the blue. Hopefully they fix that at some point.

BTW, EPIC FREAKING CLOCKS BRO!!!!

IIRC that's GB WF3, right?

Off to try the new beta's ... excited about getting AA in Rayman Origins and a perf increase in CoP. Might have to do a before/after on that one as well as Heaven and 3dMark11.
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is it right that the core clock is showing 540Mhz?

EDIT: this happened with the 304.xx beta drivers. I went back to the latest official release (301.42) and now i see the core clock dynamically change while playing games...i assume that's what is meant to happen?

also saw some annoying aero messages not sure if that's attributed to the 2gb ram and/or the 3 monitors connected.
Edited by thegh0sts - 6/19/12 at 1:25am
post #673 of 1562
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is it right that the core clock is showing 540Mhz?
EDIT: this happened with the 304.xx beta drivers. I went back to the latest official release (301.42) and now i see the core clock dynamically change while playing games...i assume that's what is meant to happen?
also saw some annoying aero messages not sure if that's attributed to the 2gb ram and/or the 3 monitors connected.

I've gotten those messages every since I got my 670. Always running out of memory =/


I turn on Max Performance, but it always downclocks regardless of my will. Annoying.

Still, 1290mhz stable is about all I can expect...

But man I wanted to achieve 1325mhz or so for a slick 10% OC!

But it seems this is the cards limit, with this voltage, I presume, as temps are very fine.
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post #674 of 1562
bah! 3d mark 11 keeps crashing the drivers when i test my OC. does that mean the OC is not stable?
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bah! 3d mark 11 keeps crashing the drivers when i test my OC. does that mean the OC is not stable?

Yes, a good way to test is Uniengine.

For me, if the OC is not stable, it crashes within 10 seconds or so in Benchmark mode. Fast easy way to find it.
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post #676 of 1562
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Yes, a good way to test is Uniengine.
For me, if the OC is not stable, it crashes within 10 seconds or so in Benchmark mode. Fast easy way to find it.

3d mark crashed part way through the 3rd test for me so will try unigine. the basic version will do?
post #677 of 1562
Yeah, just download it from their website and put it on the most intense settings, shown here:

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post #678 of 1562
hmmm....it's showing this error:

D3D11AppWindow::swap_window(): device removed
post #679 of 1562
Yes, if you get that,

Then your OC is unstable.

Set your power target to 145% just to make sure...though if you have a normal 670, it will be 122% max, I believe.


What GTX670 do you have, from whom, model, ect?
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post #680 of 1562
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Yes, if you get that,
Then your OC is unstable.
Set your power target to 145% just to make sure...though if you have a normal 670, it will be 122% max, I believe.
What GTX670 do you have, from whom, model, ect?

it's the gigabyte GTX 670 OC 2gb.

GV-N670OC-2GD

the card is stable at factory OC.
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