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I have 80°C with flashed bios whitch is stable-no throtting! 1349 on core is stable! but the temp make my sad...
with default bios i had 70°C but max oc is 1270 on core , so i searching for compomise ...some moded bios or what...
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post #2162 of 3357
Just make a custom fan profile in Afterburner/Precision. Best of both worlds.
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I Try, but it is so loud sad-smiley-002.gif
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You could always go with the AIO water cooler mod and put a Kuhler 620 or H60 on there, it works a treat.
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Is your CPU what's making your FPS so much higher than mine?

Core at 1267/Mem at 3506 Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Very stupid proposition: try compatibility mode?
Otherwise, pc-illiterate has SSD. I'm not sure if Heaven Valley does some additional texture loading while benchmarking.
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I Try, but it is so loud sad-smiley-002.gif
That's why I love my GB GTX670 card, while playing 65% fan is not too loud to make your experience bad and is enough to keep that card below 60*C smile.gif
For you laro22, if sound of card is annoying you should either drop the OC and stay with low fan speed or invest in water cooling as Forceman suggested. I personally never used water cooling, want to try it in future.
Though I heard you need to buy new water cooler for each card you get because you can almost never use it with new generation for example.
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i cheat hester. all settings in nv cp are set to performance.
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Is your guide valid also for sli 670?
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Is your guide valid also for sli 670?
It is valid for SLI, but I think in SLI both cards need to run same clocks I think? (I got no experience with SLI)

"SLI works fine on cards with different clock speeds. You are just limiting the setup to the slowest card."
From: https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/515193/sli-ing-cards-with-different-clocks/
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It is valid for SLI, but I think in SLI both cards need to run same clocks I think? (I got no experience with SLI)

"SLI works fine on cards with different clock speeds. You are just limiting the setup to the slowest card."
From: https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/515193/sli-ing-cards-with-different-clocks/
So so i set my cards separately or do i find a sweet spot that suits both of the cards and use that
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Hello, my english is very bad sadsmiley.gif I have MSI 670 pe and this card is throttle in heaven ,games... my Oc is set to 1300 but is throttle 1300-1250 ,I have flash this bios-
http://www.fastshare.cz/2072205/gtx670gf.rom
it is work, gpu clock is 1349 stable but temp is so high 80°C it is so much...
can anyone help me? sorry for english...

1 : Play whit Vsync
2. use custrom fan speed in AF
3 add some fans for GPU cooling
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