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EVGA GTX 670 Reference 1298/3558 @ 115% Power Target

P10225


Graphics Score
10374
Physics Score
10816
Combined Score
8597

http://3dmark.com/3dm11/3735401
Edited by PatrickCrowely - 6/29/12 at 10:15am
 
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strange that evga precision X isn't locking in my voltage to the max setting....hhmmmm....
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strange that evga precision X isn't locking in my voltage to the max setting....hhmmmm....

Should go to 1.175mV & click 'apply'. Hiwever when Windows is rebooted it will reset.

Wonder what's up? Seems abnormal. If anyone would know Brettjv would.
     
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Should go to 1.175mV & click 'apply'. Hiwever when Windows is rebooted it will reset.
Wonder what's up? Seems abnormal. If anyone would know Brettjv would.

i think that's what happened but from a cold boot and not a shutdown then reboot straight away (as it keeps the voltage then tongue.gif). it might be the beta drivers cos i don't think that happened with the 301.42 drivers.
post #835 of 1562
im using .42 drivers and the only time the voltage doesnt 'stick' is when the drivers crash. if i crash in heaven say, i have to reset after the reboot. its the only time i have to reset the max voltage.
not worth anything to you but, thought id throw in my experience with it.
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im using .42 drivers and the only time the voltage doesnt 'stick' is when the drivers crash. if i crash in heaven say, i have to reset after the reboot. its the only time i have to reset the max voltage.
not worth anything to you but, thought id throw in my experience with it.

sounds like that the core voltage just "sticks" better with the 301.42 drivers.
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ASUS GTX 670 DirectCUII (non-top)

Core: 1202MHz thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif
Memory: 1832MHz (7328MHz effective)

My card's overclocking ablility is reversed apparently!

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post #838 of 1562
OK, I updated EVGA Precision X to 3.0.3 and now it accurately displays the FPS in Max Payne 3.
post #839 of 1562
hmm....for some reason my 670 is stuck at its base clock when i am just sitting on my desktop....not sure what the deal is here.
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hmm....for some reason my 670 is stuck at its base clock when i am just sitting on my desktop....not sure what the deal is here.

That's part of the nV Kepler efficiency. It down clocks and if the conditions are right, downvolts too. Acts like the intel SB and IB cpus. Not something to worry about.
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