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First time overclocking a GPU.

I am confused on the oscillation part. If mine increased from 1150 to 1163MHz for about five seconds during Heaven, is that bad?



Bumped the offset by 5 and it seems better, but I still saw two tiny jumps from 1137 to 1150MHz:


Edited by ZeVo - 3/17/13 at 6:28pm
post #1992 of 3357
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Im stuck at 1241any suggestions?
1241 may be your MAX core clock, you can't force it up if that is the maximum
my max clock on my slot 1 card is 1215
max on second is 1260 something, it's luck of the draw.

I'm having just that experience myself. My first 670 clocked pretty nicely (1280 max core, 3800 memory). My second one, not as well. Just can't get past max core of 1254 and memory of 3600. So, it will be the limiting factor when I run them in SLI. Luck of the draw, as you say. I did take a step back and consider that compared to stock, its still a decent improvement.

@Subut... Stock boost = 980. 1241 - 980 = 261MHz, a ~27% increase if I'm doing my math right. I totally understand wanting more and I hope you get it somehow! However, 27% is more than a lot of people are getting, who don't bother to overclock at all. smile.gif

JML
Edited by JML10166 - 3/17/13 at 9:10pm
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Yes.

Thanks another question though, the kepler unlocker has a boost clock limit configuration my second cards go 1202 and 1215 with a +100 offset, I want the second card to also stay in 1202 would flashing its bios to limit the boost clock to 1202 work ?
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Thanks another question though, the kepler unlocker has a boost clock limit configuration my second cards go 1202 and 1215 with a +100 offset, I want the second card to also stay in 1202 would flashing its bios to limit the boost clock to 1202 work ?

I don't think so. That would most easily be achieved by modifying the boost table. Are the two cards the same?
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Hi is this score very low im using a single gtx 670 gigabyte windforce with a core 1267mhz mem 3516 max voltage and power target.

also i seem to be only getting an average of 23.6 fps and from reading i should be getting 45fps average.

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post #1996 of 3357
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First time overclocking a GPU.

I am confused on the oscillation part. If mine increased from 1150 to 1163MHz for about five seconds during Heaven, is that bad?

Bumped the offset by 5 and it seems better, but I still saw two tiny jumps from 1137 to 1150MHz:

You actually want it to go higher when you max out your gpu usage unless you are seeing some performance drops in scores when you go that high.
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You actually want it to go higher when you max out your gpu usage unless you are seeing some performance drops in scores when you go that high.
Oh. So this is a normal thing? My score is actually increasing which means it's stable? The increases also aren't for a long time. Two to three seconds at most.

I was told I should update BIOS just to make sure. Is the one in the description the latest one?
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Oh. So this is a normal thing? My score is actually increasing which means it's stable? The increases also aren't for a long time. Two to three seconds at most.

I was told I should update BIOS just to make sure. Is the one in the description the latest one?

Seems odd that it's only for a few seconds. What card do you have and can I get a screenshot of gpu-z? I'm kind of curious
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Seems odd that it's only for a few seconds. What card do you have and can I get a screenshot of gpu-z? I'm kind of curious
It's an Asus 670 DC2 non TOP edition. I will get you a screenshot in a couple of minutes.

EDIT: Just updated to 314.27 drivers. I've read on EVGA forums many users with Titans are also having this problem.




Edited by ZeVo - 3/18/13 at 2:39pm
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My God I figured it out somehow.. I used this guide:

http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=1770296&mpage=1

I then disabled K-Boost as it was spiking my voltage at a constant 1.075v. I will run a few more benchmarks just to make sure.
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