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The stock bios on the evga 670 ftw card limits voltage to 1.175. From what i've read, max you can apply evem with an tweaked bios is 1.21'ish (or something like that). My card can complete benches at 1306 (i wouldn't call it game stable), but crashes real fast if i try to up it to 1319. The mem clock is a whole 'nuther story, gets sketchy at anything over 7000. Just how it panned out for this card. Flashing a different bios could probably kick it up, but then heat would be a problem so i'm not considering doing that myself.
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Basically yes. At full load with boost / Kepler boost / rainbows & unicorns, my vanilla 680 is hard to get over 1171 and my rev 1 Superclocked 1241. This is independent of my memory offset; messing with memory influences my max core clock offset by maybe 1-5 points. It looks like the average 680 is clocking easily above 1200, often 1250, so the fact that one of mine simply won't and the other is only 1240 is more than a little frustrating. I have not managed to figure out why or how to circumvent these limitations and I'd be lying if I said I wasn't paying attention to the Kingpin mods (unlocking voltage) to see if those are viable options.

However, what might be the case with our 670s and 680s is we might be seeing the 'average' clocks of people with unlocked voltages. It looks like Lightning, FTW, Windforce, Classified, and a couple other card series either have voltage unlocked natively and/or available BIOS mods that unlock the voltage. I know basically every single 680 in the top spots of our official benchmarks are Lightning editions so the 'average' clock I/we see might just be the average for Lightnings vs the average across the board.
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Oh... sorry, I thought you meant you lowered it to +575 instead of +625 blinksmiley.gif

As for why... seems like that's hard to really determine. There's a lot of luck involved when it comes to how far particular chips can exceed their design limits, the silicon lottery thing. Could be some other components (also subject to the silicon lottery) on your board are holding it back if not the GPU itself. I have no idea how to identify the culprit in detail.

With the boost clock showing in GPUZ of 1085, after kepler boost has kicked in, what do you end up with as a max boost? Just curious.

On the bright side, that's a pretty nice mem overclock. Maybe you can tell me why the mem on my card can't run those clocks smile.gif
All good, i suppose i didn't word it properly and yeah i heard about the silicon lottery thing and thats what i feel has happened. Seems as if i can't win in anything T.T
Anyways heres a screen of my monitored results when running @ 100%


As for the mem clock yeah i noticed i was able to get my Mem clock absurdly high, sadly we all know that the GPU clock is what gives the most performance boost but the high mem clock does some what compensate for my situation.
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All good, i suppose i didn't word it properly and yeah i heard about the silicon lottery thing and thats what i feel has happened. Seems as if i can't win in anything T.T
Anyways heres a screen of my monitored results when running @ 100%

As for the mem clock yeah i noticed i was able to get my Mem clock absurdly high, sadly we all know that the GPU clock is what gives the most performance boost but the high mem clock does some what compensate for my situation.

You got nice low power consumption and temps with that card which is nice and 100+ mhz kepler boost which is nice too. I don't know much about bios hacking, but that might be an option to help kick up the core clock since it looks like there's some headroom on temps and power, if only the voltage nanny state police would bug off smile.gif
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You got nice low power consumption and temps with that card which is nice and 100+ mhz kepler boost which is nice too. I don't know much about bios hacking, but that might be an option to help kick up the core clock since it looks like there's some headroom on temps and power, if only the voltage nanny state police would bug off smile.gif
Ohh yeah i most definitely considered it, but i dont want to risk turning a $500+ card into a brick :/
I should be happy with this anyways and hopefully when i get a GTX 780 after a generation or two has passed i will be blessed with a well manufactured card :3
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I guess i should call myself somewhat lucky. My card boosts to maximum of 1136 Mhz at +0 offset. But then again the highest stable OC is only + ~92 offset which gives 1228 Mhz.
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The stock bios on the evga 670 ftw card limits voltage to 1.175. From what i've read, max you can apply evem with an tweaked bios is 1.21'ish (or something like that). My card can complete benches at 1306 (i wouldn't call it game stable), but crashes real fast if i try to up it to 1319. The mem clock is a whole 'nuther story, gets sketchy at anything over 7000. Just how it panned out for this card. Flashing a different bios could probably kick it up, but then heat would be a problem so i'm not considering doing that myself.

It looks like the 680's max voltage is 1.21-ish, too. I'd honestly be happy to get that out of my 680s; the stock coolers are surprisingly good (when they're ridiculously loud) and I'm putting them under water in the very near future anyway. I'd love to be able to regularly push gpu clocks into the 1250-1300 range and memory even higher.
    
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If you're water cooling, then I see many more "pro's" than "cons" to using a 1.212v BIOS. As shown by the aforementioned Lightning's (which I can personally attest clock ridiculously high with voltage!), these cards are not so fragile as Nvidia wants us to believe.

Out of a sample of ~13-14 cards, I have found that the lower the ASIC, the worse the stock boosting, but the better the response to the 1.212v BIOS mod. I know, it could very well be coincidence and it is just anecdotal, but I say go for the v-mod; set your power percentage as high as possible and increase the voltage but don't mess with anything else. Then, see what it'll do.

Chances of fatally bricking your card are very, very, very low... Just read and follow the directions to a "T".
   
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Sad frown.gif think my GTX 670 is dying on me. Getting artifcats within 5-30 min of playing and then the nVidia driver crashes just a few seconds after and throws me out to windows.Temps are fine around 60-62celsius it's running on stock, I have tried old & new drivers, updated BIOS to new one, still the same.
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Hey guys,

I've done this guide several times throughout a course of a week, and I have yet to achieve scores anywhere close to what I've seen around the web. Also, my 670 seems to be very unstable naturally, if that's possible.

I see offsets like +100, +75, or +120, and I can barely get mine past 40. The only thing that has been successful is the memory offset, where I can be stable at around +560-600.

Another thing, my temperatures (with the fan curve) exceed 70 and even have been up to 81. I've set the curve higher and even removed the side of my tower, and they are still higher than I've even had them gaming. Anyone know what could be the problem?
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Hey guys,

I've done this guide several times throughout a course of a week, and I have yet to achieve scores anywhere close to what I've seen around the web. Also, my 670 seems to be very unstable naturally, if that's possible.

I see offsets like +100, +75, or +120, and I can barely get mine past 40. The only thing that has been successful is the memory offset, where I can be stable at around +560-600.

Another thing, my temperatures (with the fan curve) exceed 70 and even have been up to 81. I've set the curve higher and even removed the side of my tower, and they are still higher than I've even had them gaming. Anyone know what could be the problem?
I'm on my iPhone so I can't see your rig, but what 670 do you have? Lot of the single fan cards that are blower exhaust will run a little warmer than something that something like a DirectCU II. And how is your case airflow? I personally have 2 x 140mm and my 670 DC2 never gets above 65C. Also consider since it is summer it will of course your components will be a little hotter than in the wintertime. How have your temps been in the past?
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