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Yes, I am using 2.2.3, and Yes, I was doing it too, but the voltage monitoring didn't appear on the monitoring tab.
Maybe I should test it myself, to make sure my voltage is beyond 1.175v. I remember on the 670 PE thread, someone test his PE, and the voltage is not beyond 1.175v
and Yes, I always using 2.2.3 since that AB is the only one which is the best for the PE 670 card.

I don't get voltage monitoring in AB either :S But what do i care, GPU-Z shows 1.175/1.212 nomatter what tongue.gif and i know that is wrong. Why do you even need to monitor voltage?

There has been so many issues with the 670 Power Edition..... my card (along with many others) was unable to break 104% power usage, on the stock bios. Had to use a Gigabyte bios for that...
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anyone else having their 670 drop voltage from 1.175v to 1.162v ?

iannotti, everything set to performance in nv control panel ? are you using afterburner or prec-x ?

Yeah, and using Afterburner.... Other night I was able to lock it with K-boost from precision x, although that is not working anymore for it..
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I don't get voltage monitoring in AB either :S But what do i care, GPU-Z shows 1.175/1.212 nomatter what tongue.gif and i know that is wrong. Why do you even need to monitor voltage?
There has been so many issues with the 670 Power Edition..... my card (along with many others) was unable to break 104% power usage, on the stock bios. Had to use a Gigabyte bios for that...

It would be nice too, IF I can monitor the voltage, to make sure, the voltage is not go down to something like 1.160v, or less.

hmm, strange, I never had a problem with the Power Limit, it always stay at 109 - 114 %, on the games, and sometimes 126 % at 3dmark11, lol tongue.gif
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Is the 2nd card running at full load?

Yeah it is, the one that is completely stable is at 1.175 and 33% load
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I appear to be stable at 1306.5MHz GPU and 1701.0MHz Memory on my 670 FTW. I'm contented. Thanks OP.
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Sooooooooo...After ******* with this for a few more hours..I figured out why 1 of my cards was throttling BIGTIME....So I've read some cards do that....BULL****...

The cards core voltage needs to be lowered.Don't just max it out at 100Mv and think your all good...REGARDLESS of what GPU-Z is reporting which is was reporting Low 1's for me. (which I find to be way way off and I turned it off all together)

Now the cards core clock is rock steady @1280 and Im working my way up...
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So, you RMA'ed two 670s because you were not satisfied by the overclock?
You need to run the Heaven resolution at your max resolution. And you should keep raising your Memory, until you see artifacts/crashes

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no one can tell you what settings to use except max out the power target and voltage sliders. every card clocks differently on both the core and memory.
rerun heaven with everything maxed and 1920x1080.
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i would go 25mhz at a time. it steps up in increments, maybe by 13mhz a step like the core does. dont remember reading and never tested. if you get artifacts, back it down by 10mhz and test again...

see attached i guess i could go higher on my memory. I lowered my clock to 1293 just to be safe.
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see attached i guess i could go higher on my memory. I lowered my clock to 1293 just to be safe.

now max all the settings including tess frank so we can get an idea how your card actually runs. everyone posting heaven sets everything maxed at 1920x1080.
for reference, i get 96.1fps 2420points on my best run.
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I picked up a PNY 670. It came with a stock boost of 1137. I got it clocked to +150/+600 which is 1280/3602 with a max temp of 70. I can go more but the temps are at 70 so I won't bother as it's already throttling. I'm running stock voltage.

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