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Beginning of this month I purchased a 670 FTW.
Today I purchased another card from the same store.

The first card had artifacts right out of the box. It had tons of artifacts I didn't want to
wait for rma, but the store was sold out. Days later, more cards came in and I didn't want to spend $15 shipping the card back for rma and get a refurb card or whatever.

So same card, new batch. I swap the new (same) card into the same system.

Clock is unchanged from spec on both cards, not overclocked.

1344 CUDA Cores
1006 MHz GPU
1084MHz Boost Clock

3Dmark11 scores:

First card 9053
Second card... 7879

Vantage:

First card:P31430
Detailed graphics score: 34797
Second card: P27027, heavy bogging, down to 8fps in parts
Detailed graphics score: 27865

Sisandra:
353

Red is first card, Blue the second one I bought.

Why the huge difference in quality? Is this a 670 issue?

I'm about to return this one again tomorrow and try another one.

Perhaps this is what I get for not buying a 680 and getting it's gimped and
fail to pass as a 680 brother instead.
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Your graph has no lines...

Follow x, and y and then the grey lines on the chart.
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Are you running them in different slots? If so, I'd try running them one at a time, using the same slot, just to eliminate that variable.

Although this discrepancy seems a bit large, it is actually the case that every Kepler card runs at different speeds, due to the amount of the Kepler Boost being different for each sample.

I would make sure you use the same slot, and have a look-see at what the ACTUAL core clock (i.e. check the graphs in Afterburner) is at which each card is running when you do these benches. Kepler Boost can be anything from 0 to 235MHz above the cards advertised boost clock, although typically it's between 50 and 150MHz.
    
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Are you running them in different slots? If so, I'd try running them one at a time, using the same slot, just to eliminate that variable.
Although this discrepancy seems a bit large, it is actually the case that every Kepler card runs at different speeds, due to the amount of the Kepler Boost being different for each sample.
I would make sure you use the same slot, and have a look-see at what the ACTUAL core clock (i.e. check the graphs in Afterburner) is at which each card is running when you do these benches. Kepler Boost can be anything from 0 to 235MHz above the cards advertised boost clock, although typically it's between 50 and 150MHz.

I only have one card, same slot. What the heck is Kepler boost?
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Are you running them in different slots? If so, I'd try running them one at a time, using the same slot, just to eliminate that variable.
Although this discrepancy seems a bit large, it is actually the case that every Kepler card runs at different speeds, due to the amount of the Kepler Boost being different for each sample.
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I only have one card, same slot. What the heck is Kepler boost?

He made up the term Kepler boost so you wont find it outside of OCN




I love mine. And some cards are just bad, happens with every single manufacturer....fortunately EVGA also has the best customer service and will take care of you like no other.
 
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This
He made up the term Kepler boost so you wont find it outside of OCN
I love mine. And some cards are just bad, happens with every single manufacturer....fortunately EVGA also has the best customer service and will take care of you like no other.

1150mhz

I think I got a dog of a card , it's not even hitting advertised boost.


Thinking of getting the Gigabyte instead
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1150mhz
I think I got a dog of a card.
Thinking of getting the Gigabyte instead

Both of them? Yeah, 1150 is terrible. lol, I'm past 1350, haha. You can equally have a dog from Gigabyte. I MUCH prefer EVGAs customer service to Gigabytes.
 
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Both of them? Yeah, 1150 is terrible. lol, I'm past 1350, haha. You can equally have a dog from Gigabyte. I MUCH prefer EVGAs customer service to Gigabytes.

I only have ONE card.

First one was DOA/artifacting out of the box.

This is the second card, and it's underperformed.

I'll try another one I guess, evga is going to be getting a ton of cards
back from this microcenter for sure.

I'll try every evga 670 ftw in the store if I have to. This is probably costing evga hundreds of dollars.
If they had better QC then they wouldn't be getting back a billion cards this month.
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I only have ONE card.
First one was DOA/artifacting out of the box.
This is the second card, and it's underperformed.
I'll try another one I guess, evga is going to be getting a ton of cards
back from this microcenter for sure.
I'll try every evga 670 ftw in the store if I have to. This is probably costing evga hundreds of dollars.
If they had better QC then they wouldn't be getting back a billion cards this month.

You've had one bad card, lol. I wouldn't be bashing them too hard. Just because your new one doesn't OC as well as others doesn't mean it's a bad card. It works at configured settings from factory, that's the only thing a manufacturer QA guarantees.
 
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