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It would appear i've got mine stable clocked it down to 1290 boost core with 3600 mem, so +140 core and +595 mem, had mem stable at +800 but i backed it off a bit. Played about 2 hours of bf3 no issues.
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So my EVGA vanilla 670 just took a dump on me, I think I'm going to exchange it for the gigabyte with the windforce cooler, 10$ more.. Thoughts ??
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Go Go GO, it's great. Seems like everyone gets good clocks out of these things and i've yet to see mine break 60C benching, 55C in bf3 maxed smile.gif
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Go Go GO, it's great. Seems like everyone gets good clocks out of these things and i've yet to see mine break 60C benching, 55C in bf3 maxed smile.gif

i've seen mine hit 60 deg C in OCCT and that's it...everything else is within the 50-60 deg C range.
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Why do some people seem to multiply their memory speeds by 2.

For example some will say their memory clocks are 3100, while others will say it's 6200.

I imagine both are correct but which way is the more common way to state memory speed?

Also, if someone could answer my questions on my first post about my EVGA 670 FTW card, I'd appreciate it. Thanks.
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2 hours a good length to test?
sorry for the delay, i was out of town this weekend.
yes, 2 hours in OCCT is all you need.
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sorry for the delay, i was out of town this weekend.
yes, 2 hours in OCCT is all you need.

cool, it managed about 2.75 hours before an app failed...i double-checked the clocks and they were still good.
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Why do some people seem to multiply their memory speeds by 2.
For example some will say their memory clocks are 3100, while others will say it's 6200.
I imagine both are correct but which way is the more common way to state memory speed?
Also, if someone could answer my questions on my first post about my EVGA 670 FTW card, I'd appreciate it. Thanks.

Edited to fix first value:
1550 Actual Memory Frequency =
3100 Double-Data Rate speed (GDDR3) =
6200 Quad-Data Rate speed (GDDR5)

They all refer to the same thing, but only the first and last are really 'right' .. when you're talking about a GDDR5 card. People quote the 2nd number though cause Precision and Afterburner are still presenting the Double-Data rate version of the memory clock, as though these DDR5 cards were still DDR3.
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1650 Actual Memory Frequency =
3100 Double-Data Rate speed (GDDR3) =
6200 Quad-Data Rate speed (GDDR5)
They all refer to the same thing, but only the first and last are really 'right' .. when you're talking about a GDDR5 card. People quote the 2nd number though cause Precision and Afterburner are still presenting the Double-Data rate version of the memory clock, as though these DDR5 cards were still DDR3.

Thanks for the explanation. Using your example, wouldn't the GDDR3 speed be 3300 (=1650*2) and the GDDR5 speed be 6600 (=1650*4)?

If you get a chance, could you look over my post (http://www.overclock.net/t/1265110/the-gtx-670-overclocking-master-guide/410#post_17712539) here and tell me what you think about my 670 GPU (average, below-avg, above-avg). Thanks!
Edited by omega4 - 7/16/12 at 8:28am
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Thanks for the explanation. Using your example, wouldn't the GDDR3 speed be 3300 (=1650*2) and the GDDR5 speed be 6600 (=1650*4)?
If you get a chance, could you look over my post (http://www.overclock.net/t/1265110/the-gtx-670-overclocking-master-guide/410#post_17712539) here and tell me what you think about my 670 GPU (average, below-avg, above-avg). Thanks!

Yeah, my bad ... I miscalculate the first number, based on your example ... shoulda been 1550 wink.gif
    
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