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I have a reference EVGA 670, power target in precision x can only be set to 122% while my friends 670 ftw can be set to 148. Does this have to do with the bios? Also default voltage seems to peak @ 1.15, which is also the max when i go to change the voltage through the tweaks menu.
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Odd.. should it be doing that? I'm just browsing the web.
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Yeah, the clock speed is pretty dynamic and will jump around some. That looks kind of periodic, but if there is flash or something on the webpages that could be kicking it up.
post #2104 of 3357
Is this a OK oc for a Asus GTX 670 4gb, I was able to get higher clock speed on a 7870XT, but it didn't really fit in my case that well.
And a score of P7129 on 3Dmark 11
Is there other thing I can do to try to get a higher OC
And what is these two setting Nvidia Inspector?
power and temperature target,
Voltage Offset, I did a search on google, but still not understanding.
Thank yo ufor any help.



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Is it normal for a 670 to hit 122% + tdp in 3dmark 11 while at default clocks (including whatever boost it may go to)?
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@bluewr

3dmark11 score seems to be very low but it is probably due to the fact that Your CPU is bottlenecking this 670. If Your CPU is not overclocked than do it, because in heaven 4.0 I get almost same score with my overclocked 660Ti (842 points with maximum overclock and 830 points with overclock made for 24/7) - Plus Your minimum FPS is lower than on my 660Ti.. Check the valley 1.0 benchmark - it is almost not CPU dependant and will let me see if this is caused by CPU or GPU. In Valley 1.0 on the newest drivers I got around 40 FPS, on the older ones 41,5.
post #2107 of 3357
blue, are all settings in nvidia control panel set to performance? reset nvid inspect to default also. did you run 3d mark11 in stretched mode? did you restart your pc after the driver crashes?
those are all i can think of to show a low score.
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post #2108 of 3357
New question:
There is hard limit in GTX 670 at 1.212V as I've read somewhere on the forums. Why can we set in bios higher than 1.875V noboost (1.212V boost) then?
There is a reason for it?
post #2109 of 3357
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Originally Posted by xonare View Post

New question:
There is hard limit in GTX 670 at 1.212V as I've read somewhere on the forums. Why can we set in bios higher than 1.875V noboost (1.212V boost) then?
There is a reason for it?

There is no reason for it, on the GK104 chip. The GK106 does not boost the voltage, and therefore they need to set the voltage to 1.2125v.

(this belongs in the Unlocked Voltage Bios thread, and not here...)
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blue, are all settings in nvidia control panel set to performance? reset nvid inspect to default also. did you run 3d mark11 in stretched mode? did you restart your pc after the driver crashes?
those are all i can think of to show a low score.

I can't agree with setting everything to performance. Every test I run here (and I suppose every test run by other people) is made on DEFAULT settings (which doesn't set options to performance mode).

So if he will get such low score on performance settings I don't want to know what he will get on default ones.
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