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Thanks for your help Immense Brick. I just played an hour or so of Borderlands 2. I had physx set to low but I am going to try turning it up next time I play. I have adaptive v sync enabled and I didn't see the frame rate drop below 60 at all. I imagine turning physx to high might change that.

No problem. I also run adaptive Vsync and enjoy it. I have noticed dips to the mid 40's (fps) in borderlands 2 in some of the insane areas with coop friends and such. *Update* BF3 has been crashing lately for some reason, I backed down my core to +145 and mem to +550. I am going to do more testing to see if it was the mem or core, I just lowered then both for a dirty quick stability. I will let you know what happens. Also a friend of mine just picked up a reference MSI 670 OC card. Time to see how far I can push that card biggrin.gif
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Thanks for the guide, you really helped me with my first OC, here is the result:
Gigabyte N670-OC-2GD (Windforce)
Stock/Boost 980/1058
Kepler Boost +92(Stock clock Max 1150)
Voltage =1.175 Power Limit 112%(Max)
Core offset +94 (Instant crash +116, Artifact 95-115), Max Boost OC 1241
Memory offset +600 (+700 drops TDP% to 70% max and Heaven FPS to <30)
Combined Max without crash: + 94, +600 (stopped after 1 artifact)
+93, +595 (passed with artifact)
tested all the way down to +93, + 430 -> crashed, everything above it had artifacts but no crash
Max stable Heaven:50 FPS, 1259, 85% TDP & 66C @ 50% fan

Why does your "GPU Model" say "Intel HD Graphics" instead of "NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670"?
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Why does your "GPU Model" say "Intel HD Graphics" instead of "NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670"?

I have IGPU multi-monitor enabled in Bios, so that I can use Virtu in games, I leave Virtu off for benchmarks though(3D11 won't even start with Virtu on these days)
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I know this varies from game to game, but speaking in terms of the Heaven Benchmark, what kind of average FPS increase can users expect?

I have an EVGA 670 FTW, and I think my average FPS in Heaven was 43 with everything maxed. Is this normal, and what could I possibly get it up to?
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I know this varies from game to game, but speaking in terms of the Heaven Benchmark, what kind of average FPS increase can users expect?
I have an EVGA 670 FTW, and I think my average FPS in Heaven was 43 with everything maxed. Is this normal, and what could I possibly get it up to?

My overclocked 580 is 43fps in heaven....you sure that's right?
post #896 of 3357
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I know this varies from game to game, but speaking in terms of the Heaven Benchmark, what kind of average FPS increase can users expect?
I have an EVGA 670 FTW, and I think my average FPS in Heaven was 43 with everything maxed. Is this normal, and what could I possibly get it up to?

I think 42-44 FPS on Max(Score in the 1140-1150 range) is about the average of a stock factory OCed 670 without manual OC on Heaven, I was at 43 FPS and 1144 with my Gigabyte before I OCed, then with +90/+400 I could get 50 FPS and 1250.
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I think 42-44 FPS on Max(Score in the 1140-1150 range) is about the average of a stock factory OCed 670 without manual OC on Heaven, I was at 43 FPS and 1144 with my Gigabyte before I OCed, then with +90/+400 I could get 50 FPS and 1250.

Sounds good. That's a nice little increase.

I'll definitely be revisiting this thread once I get some water on my 670 (in a manner of speaking).
post #898 of 3357
Hi everyone,

First of all thank you for this amazing topic. Read almost all of the guide and everthing seem to work fine for me.

My Unigine FPS is 76 with the score of 1916. What do you think, can I get more out of my 670 with the below settings?



GPU is topped at 1342 MHz during the benchmark with 51 degrees celcius.
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Hi everyone,
First of all thank you for this amazing topic. Read almost all of the guide and everthing seem to work fine for me.
My Unigine FPS is 76 with the score of 1916. What do you think, can I get more out of my 670 with the below settings?

GPU is topped at 1342 MHz during the benchmark with 51 degrees celcius.

TBH(to be honest) you really aren't stressing the your gpu while running the Heaven benchmark without AA(Anti-aliasing) set to x8.


That is a really good OC if it remains stable with Heaven maxed.
Set AA to x8, re-run it and post the results
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So it's official. I always have to worst luck with silicon.

I received my EVGA 680 Signature + yesterday (I know it's not 670 but I am using this guide to OC so I figured it was valid) and after verifying multiple times my Kepler boost is a lousy 13mhz. Is this the worst ever??

My offset looks to be about +50. It looks like my max boost will turn out to be about 1215mhz however it's a little early yet to say that for fact. I I feel like I got punched in the gut. I'm hoping once in my life someday I pull great silicon.

I'll test more tonight and maybe flash the bios to see if that helps.
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