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Carbon wrapped my Asus Direct CU GTX 670 NON TOP:
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Man do you live in a bubble? No dust. My computer is so full of dust and dog hair that I could build a whole new dog with it.
Dude you gotta keep it blown out and get some dust filters on your intakes. Thats nasty.
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Anyone else having some sag?
Mine seems to sag a bit where the power connectors are located.

I'll check tonight... I've seen some peeps using plastic tie zips to hold the end of the card...
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Mine stays in there pretty good. Make sure you screw it down good on the other end.
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I just tried to underclock the cards to 900Mhz and they are still crashing , don't know what to do anymore , i don't want to buy a new power supply and find out it still crashes.
Anybody actually got SLI to work with those cards ?
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Sorry I haven't been keeping up have you tried each separately to see if one has issues?
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Sorry I haven't been keeping up have you tried each separately to see if one has issues?
Yes and both are stable now , i had 3 TOP cards that were unstable at stock but now i have my original TOP which is 100% stable and non TOP which was running Heaven for 40 min on stock and no crash , than i upped boost clock to 1100 and it was still stable.
Problem starts when in SLI , they crash instantly , if i synchronize both to the non TOP clocks (980Mhz) or underclock to 900Mhz they survive a single pass but they crash right at the beginning of the second tried couple of times.
This leads me to think it might be my PSU as i don't have four "proper" six pin connectors so i had to route two from 4 pin molex using cables supplied with the cards.
I'm about to order new PSU but still not 100% sure , 700W should be enough for 670 SLI , some advice would be very welcomed.

This is what i used to route the power :

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Carbon wrapped my Asus Direct CU GTX 670 NON TOP:
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Looking beautiful mate. I joined the non-top crowd and so far so good smile.gif Just on the side note, what Corsair Watercooler are you using for that CPU?
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Hey guys,

I see Asus has released a BIOS update to this card on Monday. I assume this down-clocks the core to help fix those who have cards that are currently overclocking so hard it can't handle it? Is that true?

My Asus TOP runs out of the box without any issues what so ever at 1241 MHz. (I am one of the lucky ones). Although, I am one of those people who like having my drivers / firmware up to date. If I update my card, will it take a stock core clock hit? Is this a set number, or does it vary per card? And last question... If I do update it and it slows down, because my card is perfectly capable of 1241 MHz, I could simply OC it back there, correct?

Sorry for so many questions.. just making sure I am not cutting my legs off by updating my bios just to make me sleep better at night.
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Hey guys,
I see Asus has released a BIOS update to this card on Monday. I assume this down-clocks the core to help fix those who have cards that are currently overclocking so hard it can't handle it? Is that true?
My Asus TOP runs out of the box without any issues what so ever at 1241 MHz. (I am one of the lucky ones). Although, I am one of those people who like having my drivers / firmware up to date. If I update my card, will it take a stock core clock hit? Is this a set number, or does it vary per card? And last question... If I do update it and it slows down, because my card is perfectly capable of 1241 MHz, I could simply OC it back there, correct?
Sorry for so many questions.. just making sure I am not cutting my legs off by updating my bios just to make me sleep better at night.

If I were in your shoes I would update it to the latest bios -- There are always small fixes that they put in that improves performance/cooling/efficiency. Then just OC it to what it was or high. You still have the same Ferrari -- they just reduced the speed limit from 80 to 65 but you can still go 100+ on the road.
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If I were in your shoes I would update it to the latest bios -- There are always small fixes that they put in that improves performance/cooling/efficiency. Then just OC it to what it was or high. You still have the same Ferrari -- they just reduced the speed limit from 80 to 65 but you can still go 100+ on the road.

Cool thanks man! Also found helpful info in this thread on page 151.

With the new bios , the frequency of the boost is lower (4 bins) !

For example with the older bios if your card go to 1280mhz (boost) with the new bios, the card go to 1228 mhz (boost).

1 bins = 13 mhz
4 bins = 52 mhz

Therefore, I can just run an OC of +52 and recoup my lost power. In the long run, I am not talking very much but I prefer a more stable card just for peace of mind.

I plan on adding another soon so it really does not matter anyway haha. Running BF3 with 3 1080p monitors I can do Ultra without AA. 1 more card and I can turn AA back on.
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